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Tim 30 Jan 2014

Bluetooth set to rise again

By Tim in Business

Tweet Remember when you used to walk down the street and be bombarded with strange pop-ups on your phone sent via Bluetooth®? An offer for a free coffee, or a discounted haircut? Then came the security scandal of Blue-jacking! Could nasties be hacking your phone by allowing all and sundry to connect via Bluetooth? That […]

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Tim 09 Jan 2014

Forget mobile shopping trends – Omni-channel is the long term future

By Tim in Business

Tweet The opening days of the new year have been filled with report after report on how mobile and online shopping reached a new peak over the festive period. There are articles on every news-stand and blog about the essentials of having a mobile compatible eshop and even one-man operator professional service companies are moving […]

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Tim 29 Aug 2013

Five things to know before you go Freelance

By Tim in Business

Tweet It’s the end of the summer, maybe you’ve just graduated, or maybe you are just sensing a need for pastures new? More and more people looking to change jobs are also looking for a lifestyle switch and at first glance going freelance in your industry looks an enticing proposition. It can be, but it’s […]

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Alexandra 27 Feb 2013

5 business actions for a successful 2013

By Alexandra in Business, Five top tips

Tweet It’s almost March so you’ve had plenty of time to write down your resolutions and predictions for this year. You’ve dreamt a little, now it’s time to focus on your business and the exact ways to make it more successful than last year. This means actions. Here are five actions businesses should take to […]

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Tim 22 Feb 2013

There’s no I in team…. But only if you want to fail

By Tim in Business

Tweet It’s one of those clever little phrases, probably coined by a kid’s baseball team coach somewhere in the USA. It’s a nice put down for the person who wants to be centre of attention and in that respect there is no I in team; you need to be a team player for a team […]

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Tim 23 Jan 2013

5 online tools to consider for 2013

By Tim in Business

Tweet 2013 is going to be bigger and better. It’s something that is said every year and sometimes it is, certainly 2012 in terms of technology progression was an improvement on 2011 but improvements in an ever efficient world are hard to come by. Using online tools, to be able to do your job wherever […]

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Tim 16 Jan 2013

5 ways to get the most out of attending an exhibition

By Tim in Business

Tweet The new year’s post – both electronic and physical – appears to have been full of invites for this event, flyers for that exhibition and teasers for those gatherings later in the year that are apparently “not to be missed”. Yet, even if it is for a free to attend event, can you really […]

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Tim 09 Jan 2013

5 ways to get creative with your finance options in 2013

By Tim in Business

Tweet Creative Finance may sound like the sort of thing to get you on the front page of the tabloids, if not a spell at her majesty’s pleasure, but its set to become the buzz word of 2013. With the recourse to traditional lending options such as overdrafts, bank loans or re-mortgaging your own home […]

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Tim 14 Dec 2012

Forget inventing the wheel. Just make everything better

By Tim in Business

Tweet You only need to look at the success of television programmes such as Dragons Den to see the mad inventor trait us Brits are known for is still alive and well. The majority of us probably have a handful of ‘invention’ ideas in our mind and some will try and make those happen. Every […]

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Alexandra 03 Dec 2012

Slow website, no big deal?

By Alexandra in Business, Webfusion

Tweet Have you ever been to a restaurant and had to wait an hour for your meal? Wasn’t it frustrating? Would you ever go back or recommend it to your friends? No, you wouldn’t. When it comes to purchasing products online, consumer’s tolerance levels are even higher and so are their expectations. Consumers are used […]

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