Danielle Green

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Keeping A New Business Afloat In The First Year

Saying goodbye to your boss and starting to work for yourself is a fantastic feeling, but many new businesses fold in their first year. I did not want to be one of those statistics, so I spent a lot of time researching what a new business needs to do to keep afloat during a year when it is at its most vulnerable. I looked into marketing, customer satisfaction and stock levels among other things. This blog is written to help make sure your new business idea stands a fighting chance against all the other competition out there. You don't have to be a statistic when these articles help you stand out from the crowd.

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Top Tips When Choosing a Potable Site Cabin Office.

24 July 2019
 Categories: Business, Blog

A portable site cabin office is the best solution for businesses that require temporary shelter. These could include contractors that need a site office or firms that are renovating their premises. Read the extract below to understand the various considerations to make when purchasing a portable site cabin office.  Size and Design How much space do you need? A contractor may require a small site office. However, a school undertaking renovations will require ample space to accommodate staff. Read More …

What to Expect During a Mock CQC Inspection

16 April 2019
 Categories: Business, Blog

If you are in the healthcare industry, you know about CQC inspections and services. These services help to determine the quality of your healthcare and patient support. Various inspections are conducted and a final report is given. One way that you can better prepare for this type of inspection is to request mock CQC inspection services. If you aren't sure how these services work, here are a few things to expect. Read More …

Headhunting Tips and Strategies

8 April 2019
 Categories: Business, Blog

Headhunters are people that assist organisations to fill vacant executive positions. They employ a variety of strategies to identify and persuade candidates to take up the vacant positions. In this excerpt, you will learn some tactics that headhunters can use to find the right candidate for an executive position.   Understand the company's needs.  Some headhunters recruit the wrong candidates because they do not understand the company's needs. Most companies will tell you about the job qualifications and description. Read More …

2 tips for shop owners who plan to do some DIY on their premises

29 March 2019
 Categories: Business, Blog

If your shop is in need of a makeover and you plan to carry out some DIY renovations on it, you may find the following advice to be helpful. 1. Hire high-quality power tools for your project instead of using your own hand tools Most people own a few basic hand tools (such as a hammer, a screwdriver, a saw and a spanner). If this is the case for you, you might be thinking about using these, instead of renting commercial-grade power tools for your DIY project, in order to save yourself some money. Read More …