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5 reasons why small businesses should use zero-hours contracts

16/08/2013 13:35:53 by Chris Cole | Categories: Opinion and comment , Small business advice
Zero-hours contracts have been criticised in recent weeks, but there are aspects to such employment arrangements that can benefit SMEs and workers.

Why your business and your football club may have more in common than you think

15/08/2013 15:25:09 by Dan O'Sullivan
There are various parallels between football clubs and small to midsize businesses, with owners largely driven by the same concerns.

Three microbreweries at the centre of London’s Craft Beer resurrection

14/08/2013 17:12:18 by Dan O'Sullivan | Category: Opinion and comment
Independent breweries are on the rise in London, leading a resurgence in the popularity of Craft Beer. Find out which breweries are at the forefront.

5 advertising jingles you'll struggle to get out of your head

13/08/2013 14:36:05 by Dan O'Sullivan | Category: Opinion and comment
The Skinny Tan song instantly got everyone's attention on Dragons' Den, but there have been plenty of other commercial jingles over the years

Dragons' Den review: Skinny Tan success as Piers and Kelly combine

12/08/2013 15:16:33 by Dan O'Sullivan | Category: Business inspiration
Dragons' Den returned on Sunday night, with one pitch in particular standing out as the entrepreneurs lined up in an effort to secure investment.

Will Ofcom changes make business telecoms switching easier?

09/08/2013 16:32:57 by Dan O'Sullivan | Category: Opinion and comment
Communications regulator Ofcom says fresh changes will increase the ease with which consumers can switch provider for broadband and landline services.

Is 'food on the go' the answer to melting profits at Greggs?

08/08/2013 08:45:21 by Dan O'Sullivan
With the heatwave being blamed for a £4.6 million fall in Greggs' profits, the chain's boss suggests the bakery may switch its focus to 'food on the go'.

Consumer chief Richard Lloyd shows it’s never too late to become a switcher

06/08/2013 08:47:28 by Kevin Gill | Category: Consumer news and advice
Which? chief executive Richard Lloyd admits he failed to tackle his energy bills until the organisation's campaign sparked him into action



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