Realigning your business direction & coping with stress
We have an extensive back catalogue of content useful for businesses and self-employed people. Here is a curation of content that may remind you and help you at this time. How to avoid late payments, restructuring your business model, realigning your business direction & coping with stress. It's an incredibly difficult time for business at the moment and we are here to help in any way that we can. Do get in touch using our mobile contact details on the home page of our website if you need advice.
How to avoid late payments
Does your business suffer from late payments? Cash flow is one of the top reasons that small businesses fail. You can’t pay your bills without cash. Small businesses need to develop a plan for the payment of their invoices. Here are some tips to help you get paid faster.
Restructuring your business model
Restructuring your business model is likely to involve a change to business strategy or the direction of the organisation. This could include downsizing or introducing strategies such as outsourcing and alternative resource allocation to save money. In other cases, restructuring may involve an internal alteration in duties to improve performance and efficiencies or using new technologies to achieve the same goal.
Realigning your business direction
Today we’re constantly shown and told what success looks like on social media, radio and television and it can become highly detrimental to our business and our own personal development. This article will discuss how to obtain clarity around you and your business’ path forward.
How to cope with stress while running your own business:
Starting a business is brave, running a business is without doubt stressful. You can find that the lines between work and life become blurred becoming a source of difficulty in your life. There are no set hours and you are fully invested in it, emotionally and financially. This article reviews the information around recognising signs of stress and how to cope with it.
If you have any questions related to any of the above information, do get in touch with our Managing Partner, Melanie Richardson using the contact details below:
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Brexit: Actions for you and your business
As if a global pandemic wasn’t difficult enough for businesses in 2020, December brings with it the looming spectacle of Brexit. The UK is leaving the single market and customs union and the end of the transition period will affect citizens, businesses and travel to and from the EU. This article will discuss the changes and actions for you and your business that may be necessary.
The Job Support Scheme explained
The Job Support Scheme (JSS) is replacing the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) which ends on 31 October. This new scheme will run for 6 months from 1 November 2020. The intention of the government is to support the income of people in work, allowing employers to keep their employees on fewer hours rather than make them redundant.
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