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Monthly Archives: March 2014

Alternatives to the Account Manager Role

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In today’s highly competitive marketplace, the traditional role of the account manager is declining. In the current business climate, managing a client requires three distinct activities to be taking place and as each of these requires a different skill set, it effectively now creates three different roles in the sales environment. For a business to … Continue reading

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Cash Flow Management

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As many owners of small firms and start-up businesses know, obtaining credit from a bank is still easier said than done in today’s economic climate. Therefore, careful handling of your cash flow is essential. If you run into trouble paying bills or paying your staff, then running to the bank for a loan that will … Continue reading

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Is my business idea viable?

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Many people have considered starting their own businesses. On the outside, working for yourself can seem very glamorous and an excellent way to increase your future prospects and we’ve all heard the old adage ‘you never get rich working for somebody else’. Indeed, becoming self-employed can be one of the most exciting and rewarding decisions … Continue reading

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Sage One Accounts Explained

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Choosing the right accounting software for your business can be a difficult endeavour. You want to purchase the correct software for your business requirements, but making an error could be a costly undertaking and for an inexperienced beginner, the market offers mind-boggling choices of accounting software with various levels of difficulty. If this sounds like … Continue reading

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