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BY Rebecca | 22 November, 2014 | no comments

You might not know it, but you could be a natural entrepreneur! Do you have an eye for detail? Do you keep on top of the latest trends and want to make money, designing a new product and selling it to consumers could be right up your alley. Individuals and businesses create new products every day to meet the needs…

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BY Rebecca | 17 November, 2014 | no comments

Sometimes there is not avoiding it. Taking out a loan to cover your holiday gifts, special trip and other related expenses might be the only avenue available to you if there are big ticket items you plan to purchase. So what are some of your loan options? You can choose to sign for a secured or unsecured, personal loan with…

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BY Rebecca | 13 November, 2014 | no comments

In order for many businesses to expand and develop it is essential that they broaden their client base. As you may know there are many ways which this can be achieved but the best route is to become accessible to other markets and countries.   Going global is highly important and the revenue that can come from conducting international business…

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BY Rebecca | 10 November, 2014 | no comments

Your communications solutions provider could be a vital partner for your business and the success of it, so choosing the right one is crucial. Finding the one best-suited to your organisation can be difficult, but here are a list of questions you can ask to make sure you work with the perfect fit. What is the company’s experience? If they…

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BY Rebecca | 5 November, 2014 | no comments

Picking the best bank account for your business can seem like choosing between the devil and the deep blue sea. The banks seem to have little interest in offering business customers a good deal (Ruth Jackson writes). The situation is so bad that the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is to launch an investigation into the lack of competition in…

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BY Rebecca | 15 October, 2014 | no comments

In June 2008, Michael O’Leary hosted a press conference in Dusseldorf where he was quizzed about Ryanair’s much-touted, although ill-defined, plans for a transatlantic service. O’Leary was specifically asked whether he would offer a single-class cabin on the service. A solely no-frills service would not work across the Atlantic, he said, as there was always “10%-15%” of passengers who were…

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