Agility. Pace. Dynamism. Three attributes which have long been associated with the most successful small businesses and three attributes which have been vital over the last 18 months.
Small businesses must make sure they’ve got the cash they need to fund their recovery as we come out of lockdown.
This is the business maxim of Chris Forbes, co-founder of The Cheeky Panda, who explains how the company has grown from humble beginnings.
Connecting with other SMEs is a business owner’s route to success. Expand and use your network to learn from the experience of others.
Planning over months or years is less useful while COVID-19 remains a threat. It’s time leadership teams embrace agility in every aspect of business.
In chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Budget speech earlier this year, it was announced corporation tax would be increased for larger businesses in order to help pay off the estimated £40bn borrowed by the UK throughout the pandemic.
2020 was a tumultuous year for growth businesses; slowly but surely, it will get better.
This year, we’ve not only learnt that many businesses can work remotely, we’re starting to consider just how remote that could be.
Entrepreneurs can’t expect to handle everything in their business. Growth comes from having time to step back and set strategic objectives
The pressures on SME owners from Covid-19 may have distracted them from allocating time to understanding their pension schemes.