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By 19395pwpadmin on Small Business UK – Advice and Ideas for UK Small Businesses and SMEs Dragons’ Den has been on our screens for a long time and we’ve seen plenty of hits and misses among the investors.    Over the BBC programme’s 17-year tenure, business hopefuls have faced 19 Dragons in the nerve-rattling Den.…

By Ben Lobel on Small Business UK – Advice and Ideas for UK Small Businesses and SMEs If you’re considering growing your business internationally, or if you have suppliers based overseas, you’ll probably already have heard of an EORI number. From January 1 2021, businesses based in Great Britain have needed an EORI number (starting…

By Anna Jordan on Small Business UK – Advice and Ideas for UK Small Businesses and SMEs This article will be updated once the energy announcement has been made to the House of Commons later today (January 9). Energy support is expected to be cut by more than half once the Energy Bill Relief Scheme…

By Katie Tucker on Small Business UK – Advice and Ideas for UK Small Businesses and SMEs Your marketing will not be effective if you don’t deeply understand your customers. Market research is the best way to get close and personal with customers and is the foundation of an effective marketing strategy. Market research is…

By Dom Walbanke on Small Business UK – Advice and Ideas for UK Small Businesses and SMEs It was another torrid year for the UK’s high streets as the number of shops closing hit a five-year high in 2022. A total of 17,000 stores slammed down their shutters for good over the 12-month period, according…

By Anna Jordan on Small Business UK – Advice and Ideas for UK Small Businesses and SMEs Businesses are eating through their savings in order to keep them afloat. Small and medium-sized businesses said that rising costs, falling sales and higher wage bills forced them into using their savings at the end of 2022. The…