Well, if you did you certainly weren't alone as there were an estimated 25 thousand visitors over the 2 days. Like lots of other attendees I'm sure you collected a great pile of business cards from people you met on stands, in seminars or in the speed networking sessions.
Wednesday, 20 May 2015 00:03 Written by Paul Kelly
Websites have changed a lot in the past few years and with peoples approach to browsing, more so on mobile devices, their attention span has reduced and need for a quick return has increased.
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Saturday, 09 May 2015 08:59 Written by Journo link
At Journolink, we spent the night tracking the election, speaking to the influencers and businesses as the results came in. So what are the issues that they honed in on and what can we expect the winning politicians to focus on for small businesses and start-ups?
Wednesday, 06 May 2015 08:57 Written by Clive Myers
In my role as an Accountant and tax advisor I meet many people who have started a new business and a common misconception I hear is “ I don’t need an Accountant for the first year “.
According to new research, over 80% of small business owners believe that having a mobile app impresses their customers.
On 26th March 2015 the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 gained Royal Assent. The Act will implement a number of employment measures over the next year.
Monday, 27 April 2015 14:10 Written by Renée Wallen
Have you ever been speed-dating? Me neither. But I attended my first speed-networking this week and I’m pretty sure it’s the same sort of thing!
Social media policies and legal implications are in a state of flux as the law struggles to keep with the developments in this fast growing area.
Wednesday, 25 March 2015 09:50 Written by Liz Barclay
There are 5 million SMEs working all hours, employing half of the nation’s workforce, contributing a third of GDP and struggling to create jobs.