It can be really hard for a small business when a large customer or source of customers shuts down. However it doesn't mean that your business can't succeed, you just need to find new markets and be a little innovative in your approach to marketing. This blog has some stories from inspiration business owners who have faced challenges when their biggest source of customers stops but have found ways to keep their business running and stay profitable. I hope it is inspirational for small business owners who are facing their own challenges. Please feel free to share your own stories in the comments.
28 May 2020
If you are looking for ways to explore, a boat may be an excellent option. Buying a boat is about knowing your requirements. Once you understand the right boat to get, you will have a great experience in the water. Another thing most people do not know is that owning a boat can improve your health. If you are still deciding whether you should buy a boat, here are some health benefits of boat ownership.
19 March 2020
As you should think about the quality of the products you want to display in your store, you should also consider its design. If you want to increase your sales, you need to optimise the design of your store and probably change its layout. Most store owners understand the effect of the shop design on their sales, and that's why they invest in professional shopfitting services. But what shopfitting design tips could help boost sales in your store?
22 January 2020
Customised workwear is popular in businesses across the country. In industries as diverse as fast-food restaurants, retail stores and manufacturing, workwear featuring the company branding is used to promote corporate identity and to help your employees collaborate as a team. Despite the popularity of workwear, there are still a surprising number of employers making obvious design mistakes when they order corporate workwear. Here are three mistakes that you must avoid if you want workwear to be a success for your business and not an ongoing point of contention for your staff.