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    July, 2009

    • Wi-Fi locator gives you access on the go

      If you’re out and about a lot you want to be able to check your emails, find out where you’re supposed to be next, and maybe get directions. This is where our Wi-Fi Hotspot Locator can help by identifying Wi-Fi hotspots near you. It’s quick and easy to use, and a great resource. You can search by postcode...
    • Advice on deciding programs and licences a small business may need

      If you’re unsure of which particular programs you may or may not need, and don’t know whether or not you could benefit from buying multiple licences, take a look at our Licence Advisor Tool . Easy-to-use wizards will guide you through your software and program requirements, and help you choose the solution...
    • Digital Britain - what does it mean for SMEs?

      The SME Advisory Panel met for the fourth and final time last week to discuss the state of the UK economy and the impact on small and medium-sized enterprises. The panel's focus was to gather opinion on the state of the economy and focus on the Government's Digital Britain report and how broadband bandwidth...
    • Entrepreneur Doug Richard's business start-up top tips

      Ex- Dragon's Den panel member and Doug Richard recently held a seminar at the British Library in London for all aspiring entrepreneurs, offering his six top start-up tips . Here's a very brief summary of the start-up tips he discussed - it's well worth reading the full story because he offers pertinent...
    • Five steps to making a sale

      Guest post from Emma Jones, Founder of Enterprise Nation and author of ‘Spare Room Start Up - how to start a business from home'. Without a sale we're not in business and ongoing sales will spur the business to grow. Emma Jones offers five steps on how to make a sale and keep the cash flowing. ...