[ 20 Sep 2018 | No Comment ]

 The modern workplace has already embraced advanced technology with smart devices, paperless workplaces, cloud services and wearable tech that tracks employee productivity – in fact, much of this tech is already old news when it comes to the average workday. Research collected by flexible workspace specialist Instant Offices shows office workers believe tech integration improves working conditions, efficiency and communication with co-workers.
A recent survey conducted by Adobe of full and part-time professionals from the US, UK and India found 68% aren’t worried about the growth of AI in the workplace as they feel their roles …

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[ 20 Sep 2018 | No Comment ]

 The modern workplace has already embraced advanced technology with smart devices, paperless workplaces, cloud services and wearable tech that tracks employee productivity – in fact, much of this tech is already old news when it comes to the average workday. Research collected by flexible workspace specialist Instant Offices shows office workers believe tech integration improves working conditions, efficiency and communication with co-workers.
A recent survey conducted by Adobe of full and part-time professionals from the US, UK and India found 68% aren’t worried about the growth of AI in the workplace as they feel their roles …

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[ 20 Sep 2018 | No Comment ]

Now that there are approximately 3.2 billion people using the internet, there’s never been a better time for creative people to get on the web and start making some extra cash. The way that people launch companies and sell products is changing drastically, and there’s practically no limit on what you can achieve, even if you don’t have a lot of resources to get you started.
There are so many different ways to make money offline, and even more ways to make money online that it’s hard to know where to …

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[ 20 Sep 2018 | No Comment ]

There are all kinds of emergencies that can pop up in life that will cause you stress mentally, physically, and financially. They can impact you in such a way that there are lasting repercussions that you and your family can find difficult to deal with. One of the worst parts about these emergency situations is the fact you never seem to have any warning; they tend to happen out of the blue and catch you completely off-guard and often unprepared.
With that in mind, we’ve gone ahead and put together a …

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[ 17 Sep 2018 | No Comment ]

Marketing trends and predictions all point to the importance of agile strategies capable of responding to audience behaviour in real-time, and UK businesses agree that staying close to changing customer demands is key to driving growth.
A recent study by Oxford Economics shows UK SMEs are more confident than ever before in 2018 and 41% plan on using their agility, innovation and strong customer relationships to reach ambitious targets. With all this in mind, now is a great time to consider whether your marketing strategy is aligned with your goals according to Instant Offices.
 

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[ 14 Sep 2018 | No Comment ]

Following months of scandals surrounding personal data misuse and debates over privacy, instantprint has investigated how people value online and offline marketing, personal data and more to help small businesses find a marketing strategy that best suits their needs.
In a survey conducted in association with Atomik Research, instantprint discovered four out of ten (43%) people believe online ads are the most intrusive form of marketing. Consumers believe these adverts invade privacy more than TV adverts (28%) and radio adverts (8%). On the other hand, flyers were deemed the least intrusive (7%).
As …

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[ 12 Sep 2018 | No Comment ]

By Karen O’Donnell, Toastmasters International
The classic image of a common vision and purpose is the beauty of geese flying in formation.  In a small business, when we are in a similar supportive environment, a team has the potential to be actively engaged and adopt the business vision and purpose.  This clearly will impact the bottom line.
An interesting question is how many employees are this actively engaged. A recent Harvard Business Review survey of business leaders showed that this is less 25%.  However these actively engaged people are more productive, …

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[ 11 Sep 2018 | No Comment ]

Everyone wants to have those natural- looking, fuller and beautiful lips. Lip filler which is also referred to as lip injection or lip augmentation is a short procedure that has various merits. In case you have thin lips, this a great way of increasing their fullness. Also you can enhance the definition of your lips by lip filler and injectables. You want to redefine that beautiful smile? This is the treatment to take. Lip filler will also make sure that your lips retain that youthful look and always appear rejuvenated.
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[ 10 Sep 2018 | No Comment ]

 The number of lost working days due to absence has fallen to a record low number according to recent figures by ONS who had revealed UK workers have taken an average number of just 4.1 sick days in 2017, compared with 7.2 days in 1993.
 
Earlier in the year, a recent CIPD survey had shown people who are coming into work when they are ill also known as ‘Presenteeism’ has more than tripled since 2010, with 86% of employees admitting they had observed Presenteeism in the workplace.
 
Research by the Centre of …

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[ 8 Sep 2018 | No Comment ]

 By Sarah Henley, NextUp Comedy
Who still says women aren’t funny?   Many are out there performing on the comedy circuit and outperforming the men!
An increasing number of female comics
Between 1995 and 2014, the number of women appearing at the Edinburgh Fringe has increased by a whopping 650% – from just 28 to over 180. Of the nine comedians up for the prestigious Edinburgh Comedy Award last year a record four were women. The award was jointly-won by the brilliant Hannah Gadsby and John Robins.  This year the award has been won …

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[ 6 Sep 2018 | No Comment ]

By Jonathan Amponsah CTA FCCA. CEO of The Tax Guys
A recent survey revealed that 49% of all nurseries in England do not make profits. Parents, who believe child care costs are too high will be surprised by this. In a recent article by the National Day Nursery Association their chief executive said: “The nurseries closing tend to be small but much-loved and long-established preschools.”

How can nurseries like these improve their finances?
Review Your Business Model.
Knowing your target market and serving them well is a key profit driver so you need to ask …