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7 ways to ensure your business’s social media isn’t woeful media

This is a guest post by Mathew Aitken, Head of Content – Made Simple Group The major social media platforms – such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter – can be valuable marketing tools to...

Beware the super-highwaymen

This is a guest post by Nigel Hastilow, Director, Enterprise Even the smallest businesses – including firms of chartered accountants – need to protect themselves from cyber-attack before their op...

10% of UK businesses looking to export

According to a national export survey from the Department for International Trade (DIT), 10% of registered UK business are actively looking to export. The survey also shows that those aware of the Exp...

Less than a third of businesses have made formal Brexit plans

The business impact of Brexit needs much more attention according to recent ICAEW research. It shows less than one third of UK businesses (29%) have made Brexit plans, while less than one half (43%) h...

Client of the Month: IT Group UK Limited

Each month we look at a standout client an ICAEW member has recommended. This month Finton Doyle explain why they chose IT Group UK Limited. Who are IT Group UK Limited? IT Group is an ISO 9001 and IS...

If an employee refuses alternative employment, find out why

Negotiating redundancies can be a stressful business – for everyone involved, potentially. If you offer a member of staff alternative employment that seems appropriate to you and they refuse it, do ...

Don’t trust everything departing staff may tell you – warns new Legal Alert

If someone quite senior leaves your company, might you be tempted to ask what their plans were? Even speculate whether they might be thinking of setting up in competition? It could cross your mind. Bu...

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