A look at Small Business Saturday

This is the week for “Small Business Saturday”. More gimmicks are coming up as people across the Atlantic try to make people to spend. However, this campaign goes beyond simply making people to incur expenditure. Started in the US in 2010 by the American Express, the Small Business Saturday is meant to encourage people to […]

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AA Allstar gives customers an A+ service

There are now nearly 35m licenced vehicles in Britain, and the AA alone attends to more than 1 in 10 that need assistance at the roadside every year once they have broken down. Those customers who have Allstar, however, the leading fuel card provider in the UK, the worry of being stranded on the roadside […]

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A beginner’s guide to audio conferencing

Well, let us explain. When you want to conduct a meeting, a training session or communicate with a group of colleagues, then audio conferencing facilities like those offered by Buzz Conferencing allow you to do those things via a phone line. Rather than meeting face-to-face, conference calling lets you organise and conduct meetings at the drop of […]

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Adobe’s Metrics Not Myths Campaign

Anyone with a computer or mobile device that uses the internet will have heard of Adobe, the company that brings us the flash players needed to view visual content such as videos and digital marketing. They are currently running their Metrics not Myths campaign to try and untangle the mess that digital marketing is currently […]

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IT helps SME growth

As technology continues to evolve many small businesses are finding that it is easier to grow than it once was since they are seizing the chance to connect their business performance with a strong IT team and investment overall. In fact, the 2012 SMB Routes to Market Study points out that 85% of SMEs that […]

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