World’s Most Boring Press Release Competition Entrant
Received unsolicited this morning.. To vote please click the star ratings above. 1 star is for ‘painfully boring’ and 5 star for ‘actually this is quite interesting’. IMMEDIATE RELEASE “Spend Local” Campaign calls for all returning office workers to use only independent shops for 3 months Office workers returning to work this week are being…

Accountancy Practice Websites – Are They Fit For Purpose?
As skilled as they may be at carrying out your bookkeeping and giving tax advice, accountancy practices, on the whole, are not renowned for their impressive website designs. In a traditional field like accountancy this may not come as a surprise. However, with more and more business and communication being carried out online – especially…

How to survive a recession as a small business (SME)
As part of a group of companies who not only survived the great recession from 2008 to 2010 by the skin of our teeth, but have thrived ever since and built further successful companies on the back of the ones we kept going, here are our top tips for surviving a recession or dip in…

The Case of the Dodgy Law Firm and the Complicit Solicitor
Recently our recruitment agency has experienced an incident with a solicitors firm we expect to see in The Law Society Gazette in about 2 years time for lots of dodgy dealings and raids on the client account. This is what happened: The Case Background About 2 years ago we introduced a  candidate, a conveyancing solicitor…

I have to confess that I’m probably as bad as just about everyone else in the world in that I regularly rely on online reviews to determine whether or not I go ahead with a purchase. My particular area for using them is when we are delving through lists from holiday rental companies and need…