Category: Business

Tips to help your business branding

Posted on: November 25, 2020

It is much more than just making your logo accurate when it comes to branding for your company. You will discover that it is very important to control what your customers come across when they connect with your brand continuously or for the first time. Are you looking for a strategy firm for a brand? Then make sure that you learn one that you know would give you the right guidance on your branding journey…

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How to Make sure your Business Survives the Pandemic by Using the Internet

Posted on: November 24, 2020

As we have seen this past year, a lot of businesses have had to adapt quickly to be able to survive. One of the main things that have made businesses able to keep going is the internet. Online shopping has already been a popular part of everyday life for many people, but as all but essential shops were ordered to close, online shopping suddenly became the only way to continue trading for many businesses. Image…

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What exactly is vehicle fleet management?

Posted on: November 21, 2020

Technology and infrastructure have both advanced so rapidly, they have now become such an essential part of society that society could simply not function without them. Transportation has also become vital in everyday life that it is hard to imagine a world without it.   A vehicle fleet management company is a company that owns a large number of cars and then leases the vehicles to their clients. An example of such a company can…

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Creating your Very Own Bar in the Comfort of your own Home

Posted on: November 3, 2020

This hasn’t been a great year for getting out and about. For this reason, many people missing their local pub, have been inspired to create a pub of their own. Here are a few ideas for creating your own pub in your home that you can enjoy not only during these strange tines but beyond!   Garage Sports Bar – A garage is a great place to use as your own sports bar. As it…

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Where would we be without jeans?

Posted on: November 2, 2020

Every person on earth probably has at least one pair of jeans in their wardrobe. Jeans are such a versatile item of clothing that it’s hard to imagine a world without denim. What would be wearing instead? Yes, we have joggers and chinos, but nothing fits the bill of both smart and/or casual like the humble pair of jeans. They can be worn for a whole host of occasions. Therein lies their popularity. For a…

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Why breaks during your working day are important for your back

Posted on: November 2, 2020

Image credit   We have all been there – you are sitting at your desk and you suddenly realise that you have missed your lunch break and you haven’t moved from your desk for the last few hours as you desperately try to finish your project to meet the deadline. It is a common occurrence in offices and homes across the world and it is one of the reasons that the Dublin Chiropractor industry is…

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Something for the Ladies. Perfect gifts for her

Posted on: October 24, 2020

There is something of a misconception that women are impossible to buy for. There are two approaches to this. One, you just give up and get them a voucher or some money and the second is that you get them to simply tell you what they want or you ask them for a list. Both of these options are deeply dull and also suggest that the lady in your life is not on your priorities…

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How can I get a better food hygiene rating?

Posted on: October 23, 2020

Most of us are familiar with this rating scheme as we can see it in the windows of most takeaways, restaurants and cafes across the UK. Of course, the goal of every food business should be attaining and maintaining that 5-star rating. To get a rating, an inspection must be carried out. Image credit An inspection will involve an officer looking into how safe the food handling practices are and also how food is prepared,…

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How can asbestos affect property transactions?

Posted on: September 23, 2020

Asbestos is now known to be dangerous. The presence of asbestos can affect both sales and purchases. Purchasers should ensure that they obtain a survey, particularly if their property was built prior to the outlawing of asbestos in 1999. Image Credit What is asbestos and how was it used? Asbestos covers several types of fibrous minerals. It was used because of its useful properties including fire resistance, insulation and sound proofing. It was cheap. In…

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Learn How to Maintain Industrial Roofing Properly

Posted on: September 15, 2020

There are a lot of different types of roofs that can be used in construction, such as wood and shingles, metal roofs, or tile roofs, just to name a few. All these types of roofs are made up of different materials. Wood and shingles are made from wood fibres that are then covered with a protective layer of cement, while metal roofs are made up of sheets of steel that have been bonded together and…

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Are you Considering a Career as a Glazier?

Posted on: September 15, 2020

What is a Glazier? A glazier works with glass and undertake a wide range of different jobs will a variety of skills required and difficulty levels. Usually, they will be provided with a job brief, outlining the specifications of a job – this can range from repairing a broken window, cutting glass, or installing floor to ceiling windows on a skyscraper – all of these jobs require the specialist skills of a glazier – when…

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Why everyone now wants their own home office

Posted on: September 2, 2020

When Prime Minister Boris Johnson made the announcement back in March that everyone in England should stay at home except for essential reasons, there was an explosion in the number of people working from home. Image Credit This led to many people making do with laptops on their knees on the sofa or sharing the dining room table with children embarking on their home learning odyssey. As children return to school for the start of…

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What is Public Relations?

Posted on: August 27, 2020

Public Relations is the art of purposely influencing the dissemination and release of information among the public about an individual or business. Publicity and PR are different in that PR usually focuses on public release, while publicity is generally controlled externally, and not as controlled as PR. The aim of PR is to inform the public about the products and services offered by a company or a person, whereas publicity attempts to influence public opinion…

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Does your business need its own server?

Posted on: August 26, 2020

Are you setting up a business? Trying to get your head around all the policies you need to adhere to and all the things you need to buy? If you have five or more workstations, you should add a server to the long list! Image Credit What is a server? A server may sound a little daunting, but it is one of the most valuable pieces of kit you can invest in when running a…

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Making your offices welcoming for visitors

Posted on: August 13, 2020

Visitors are a certainty in most businesses and these can be people coming for interviews, suppliers visiting for meetings and your customers and clients visiting for initial meetings and catch up sessions throughout the time that they are working with you. Image credit Making your visitors feel welcome in your offices helps to build trust and loyalty and you will find that they will then talk to their friends and family about their experience. You…

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The changes to the mortgage business since 2008

Posted on: June 30, 2020

Mortgages have changed considerably since the financial crash of 2008. One of the main reasons that was cited was the lack of decent Mortgages being arranged. Too many mortgages were agreed to that, in hindsight, did not have the correct and proper checks and balances. In some cases just declaring what you earned, without proof of a payslip, was acceptable. Also mortgage of 95 to 100% were agreed. Some were even for over 100% and…

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Signing people into your business event

Posted on: May 13, 2020

When it comes to holding a business event you have a mountain of options to choose from. For some it is all about showing off the latest product or gathering together like minded suppliers to offer the latest stock to buyers or maybe it is about sharing information. There are a number of ways in which you might like to use a Visitor Management System such as the ones from https://www.ofec.co.uk/web-and-software-development-services/digital-visitors-and-staff-signing-in-book.aspx to be able to…

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How commercial office cleaning can help your business

Posted on: May 12, 2020

We all know that a Commercial cleaning Gloucester company can have your office sparkling clean in no time and that by regularly using Commercial cleaning from Intocleaning you can improve the overall hygiene and look of your office space. But there are many more reasons as to why you should look to using cleaning services. Image Credit Makes a good impression When you look to run your own business from an office space you will…

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Why You Should Use Reconditioned Catering Equipment

Why You Should Use Reconditioned Catering Equipment

Posted on: May 6, 2020

A good commercial kitchen can set you back many tens of thousands of pounds, whether it’s top-of-the-line equipment or the bare necessities of your trade. And these costs are on top of the day-to-day running expenses of premises, staff, stock, advertising and kitting out the dining area. In fact, there aren’t many areas in catering where you can economize without it obviously affecting the end product. But there is at least one which can have…

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Tread carefully when using PPC for your business

Posted on: May 4, 2020

Any good business owner or manager is only too well aware that a good marketing campaign is the lifeblood of the company. You could offer the finest products or services in the world, but if your prospective customers don’t get to hear about them, then they might as well not exist. Image Credit It’s All Gone Digital Word of mouth and print media such as newspapers and magazines used to be the way forward, but…

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