Are UK banks rebuilding consumer trust with digital services?

by Business Case Studies on July 25, 2017 in Uncategorized

There can be little denying that the banking industry has gone down in the public’s estimation in recent years. Indeed, the industry is currently struggling desperately to reclaim its customers’ loyalty and the trust of the public, following a period of what can only be described as turmoil. Once considered the most dependable of institutions, […]

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Things to Consider Before Buying a Commercial Property

by Business Case Studies on July 25, 2017 in Uncategorized

Are you thinking about investing in a commercial property? Unlike the process involved in the purchase of a residential property, there are more factors you need to consider before you complete this type of transaction. Below are some of the main things to consider before buying a commercial property. Finance, Conveyancing Costs, and Government Schemes […]

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How to Claim Your Personal Injury Payout if You Have Been Injured in an Accident

by Business Case Studies on July 25, 2017 in Uncategorized

Across the UK, millions of people are injured in accidents every year. In 2015/16, 621,000 people were injured at work and when you add this to the number of injuries sustained outside the workplace, the figures are quite alarming. Even minor and subtle injuries can gravely impact the quality of life and ability to make […]

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Business Presentations: How to Nail it

by Business Case Studies on July 24, 2017 in Uncategorized

Around 70% entrepreneurs think that presentation skills are what makes you successful in the field of business. Business presentations are all about giving out your message loud and clear. However, sometimes things might not go as expected. Business presentations can fail if the presenter is nervous, lacks confidence or isn’t prepared. They can also go […]

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Business Loans: Things They Told You That Aren’t Really True

by Business Case Studies on July 24, 2017 in Uncategorized

Have you ever thought of getting a small business loan, but were turned off because of something someone said about them? Contrary to popular belief, many businesses apply for SBA loans. Your personal feelings about lines of credit may affect your decision to apply for an SBA loan, often to your company’s detriment. Think about […]

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Building Your Personal Brand: How to Create Content that Shows You’re an Industry Expert

by Business Case Studies on July 21, 2017 in Uncategorized

Small businesses often rely on a brand name or owner’s reputation for its success. It’s the reason many people choose to be franchisees. Why reinvent the wheel and build prestige when it’s been done? Those who want to build their own brand, however, need to position themselves as industry experts. Here’s how to create and […]

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3 Personal Habits that Could Hurt Your Business Finances

by Business Case Studies on July 21, 2017 in Uncategorized

Entrepreneurs, small business owners, and founders of startups often have to walk the thin line between personal finances and business finances in the early days of their business. You’ll most likely be starting your business venture with your personal funds and it is very easy to forget where you personal finance ends and your business […]

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Training Behind UK Businesses: What Options Are Available?

by Business Case Studies on July 18, 2017 in Uncategorized

Training has always been a vital and valuable tool used by UK businesses. However, in today’s digital world the type of training required in order to not only keep up with, but get ahead of the competition has changed dramatically. Different parts of the country have slightly differing skill gaps, with North East businesses currently […]

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Benefits of incorporating RFID technology into your inventory

by Business Case Studies on July 18, 2017 in Uncategorized

RFID, or Radio-frequency identification technology, utilizes electromagnetic fields to identify and track information stored on tags that are affixed to objects such as consumer products. Those tags collect energy from a specially designed RFID reader. Big companies such as Walmart have started integrating RFID technology into their inventory, and with good reason. RFID technology allows […]

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Not Just Designed for Drivers: Excellent Uses for Modern GPS

by Business Case Studies on July 18, 2017 in Uncategorized

Modern GPS (global positioning system) devices made it more convenient to drive to new places. Afterward, people no longer needed to worry about getting lost or taking their eyes off the wheel. A GPS, however, does a lot more than direct non-commercial drivers to their next destination. Here are more uses you didn’t know about […]

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