Ensuring Small Businesses Are Legal & Insured

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When we think of small business, we generally think of a plumber or maybe a single electrician.   Those jolly useful trades where someone gets trained, works a few years in a bigger company perhaps and then branches out on their own.   There are all the costs of setting up that company – getting publicity, insurance […]

Change Of Use Application Stunts Business Growth

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Recently I joined a small local gym.  I used to belong years ago before a major leg trauma halted progress.  This year I decided to reacquaint my aging body with the workings of a modern circuit gym.  All was going well – I proved to myself that I have more stuffing than expected.  The young […]

Small Hobby & Craft Shops Need Networking

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I couldn’t help noticing that our local out of town shopping extravaganza has got more stores opened.  One being a mega nationwide crafting and hobby outlet.  Now, having very keep knitters, needlewomen, quilters and painters in my family, this would usually bang a gong of unparalleled enthusiasm.  But as the company concerned seems to now […]

The Trading Ship Needs Steady Hand At The Wheel

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In these seriously challenging times, it seems hardly a day goes by without comment and redicule in the press about the way our brexit strategy is going.  No one seems to have a hand on the negotiations – well it seems as though those who are in charge of the bus are not in the […]