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Why Instagram rules for UK teenagers

New research shows that teenagers are increasingly using Instagram to follow their idols, keep up with trends and present their "true self" to the world.

Date: 2 October 2017   By: Josh Krichefski

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Help your employees to be more active

To mark National Fitness Day, Chris Horlick suggests ways that employers can help their employees to become more active during the working day.

Date: 26 September 2017   By: Chris Horlick

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Are you guilty of these smartphone bad habits?

Are you guilty of some of the most common mobile bad manners, such as oversharing, texting while walking and taking too many selfies?

Date: 25 September 2017   By: Carphone Warehouse and One Poll

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Video: How UK SMEs are performing in 2017

Video: Oliver Kolodseike, senior economist at Cebr and Graeme Sands, head of business banking at CYBG, discuss how SMEs are performing in 2017.

Date: 18 September 2017   By: David Duffy

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Standing on the shoulders of giants

The London Stock Exchange Group works with small businesses and start-ups to help them grow and find the funding to support their ambitions.

Date: 15 September 2017   By: Emma Titmus

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Five advantages of being an "olderpreneur"

More over-55s are starting up businesses than ever. Robert Gould – the start-up septuagenarian – presents five advantages of being an olderpreneur.

Date: 11 September 2017   By: Robert Gould

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Six sure-fire ways to boost your email results

Email marketing can significantly boost start-up revenues – here are six tried and tested ways to get better results from your email strategy.

Date: 4 September 2017   By: Enchant

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How to pitch your start-up to a big corporate

Partnerships between businesses can help innovative ideas become reality. David Landsman explains how to pitch your start-up to a corporate.

Date: 22 August 2017   By: David Landsman

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Why it's not too early to prepare for Brexit

By doing a detailed risk analysis now, you can mitigate against any negative effects of Brexit and you could even benefit from new opportunities.

Date: 21 August 2017   By: Nigel Ransom

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The benefits of becoming a franchisee

Franchises offer a tried and tested way to run a business. Joel Bissitt looks at the options for franchisees and weighs up the pros and cons.

Date: 14 August 2017   By: Joel Bissitt

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Taking the stress out of taking a holiday

Switching off on holiday is hard but it's necessary for your wellbeing. Kate Cooper reveals how to ensure you and your staff take a proper break.

Date: 7 August 2017   By: Kate Cooper

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The six traits of a great recruiter

Working in recruitment calls for specific abilities including listening, patience and, above all, people skills. Have you got what it takes?

Date: 1 August 2017   By: The Access Group

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Financial decisions to make when starting a business

The most important financial decisions you'll have to make when you start your own business – from investment to staff and premises.

Date: 31 July 2017   By: Equilibrium

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More princes, fewer frogs: winning better business

Every business needs new customers to survive and thrive. Author Ally Yates explains how to make the right kind of new business connections.

Date: 19 July 2017   By: Ally Yates

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Quirky staff perks that get people talking

Employee benefits don't have to be boring. Richard Stewart investigates quirky perks and finds out how they can also improve your brand reputation.

Date: 12 July 2017   By: Richard Stewart

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How to preserve your company culture as you grow

Many start-ups find that their company culture changes as the business grows. Ian Naylor explains how to keep that start-up spirit alive.

Date: 6 July 2017   By: Ian Naylor