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Are Email Attachments Truly Secure Enough for Accountants?

This is a guest post by Daniel Kissane, ShareFile Sales Manager Email is a convenient way to send files but it’s not the most secure. In fact, email security features aren’t much different than th...

Have you got any bright young sparks on your team? Would you like to?

Finding the right job is a challenge for anyone these days. As is finding the right team for your unique small enterprise. Employing talented individuals at the start of their careers can be one golde...

Small businesses: not planning on hiring any time soon. Are you?

Is this one fallout from Brexit? A reticence on the part of small businesses like yours to continue hiring? Certainly, this piece over on Real Business, reporting on research from Zurich, suggests the...

The gig economy: juggling jobs brings its own challenges

If you’ve set up and are running your own fledgling business, it may well be that you’re also holding down another part-time job – to bring in a steady income – and/ or looking after the kids ...

How to ensure you get your company off to the best possible start

This is a guest post by Clarke Bell If you are thinking of starting up a new business, there are a lot of things you should consider at these early stages. As Licensed Insolvency Practitioners, we hav...

The General Election Small Business Debate: 18th May 2017

ICAEW is to host a Question Time-style event at Chartered Accountants’ Hall in London on 18th May to find out which political parties offer the best policies to support small businesses. To atte...

The Business Show: An essential event to drive business forward

The Business Show is getting closer and as Britain’s leading business event gears up to grace the ExCel on the 17th and 18th May, visitors are in for a feast of content. The show is the ultimate two...

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