We caught up with Melanie Ulyatt, MBE, of One to One Support Services to discuss how she got started with her well-regarded care sector business and how she progressed to getting recognised for her services with an MBE in 2017.
The current situation doesn’t appear to give the UK a clearer view of what a post-Brexit Britain will look like, and it’s time to start planning for what happens if there is a no-deal Brexit. We have compiled four key points relating to your insurance, that business owners should be looking at in order to make sure they aren’t caught out on 31st October.
In the year since Carillion’s collapse, FSB have seen increasing anxiety amongst small businesses about the risks they face dealing with new or larger businesses who may go bust, leaving invoices unpaid.
The process of exporting goods to other countries can seem complex and difficult to navigate. We thought it would be a good idea to give you a brief overview of what insurance cover you might need when exporting, and how to ensure you are adequately protected.
In this article we will discuss two ways to reliably demonstrate you are fulfilling your duty of care to your employees and customers. Insurers will often look for these to show that you are a responsible business owner and a reliable risk, so therefore insurable.
Summer brings the (hopefully) good weather and plenty of events at which you can hire a stall to showcase your retail business’ wares. Many of these will offer stall space to local businesses and this can be a great opportunity to meet new customers.
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