Business planning

What would you do if your network crashed?

Have you ever considered what you would do if your office was effectively out of action?

Businesses urged to consider succession planning

Farmers in Northern Ireland are being urged to put proper succession plans in place in order to protect their businesses.

Businesses at risk over key personnel loss

More than half of UK businesses would cease trading if they lost one or more key employees to illness or death, research from Scottish Widows has found.

More Pension costs ahead for us - have you heard about the latest changes?

Pensions are very expensive already to employers and now they face having to contribute more - let us help you

Cyber crime costs SMEs up to £800 million

Cyber security breaches and fraud are costing small businesses around £785 million a year, a report by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has found.

SMEs at increasing threat of cyber-attacks

Small businesses are being urged to do more to tighten their computer security after research revealed the number of cyber-attacks hitting businesses increased over the last year.

SME's fear of risk could further stunt economic growth

Financial volatility and a flat-lining British economy are leaving many small businesses fearing risk, a report from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has said.

UK to avoid triple dip recession, says business group

Strong performance in the manufacturing and services sectors during the first quarter of 2013 will help the UK avoid falling back into recession, a quarterly economic survey from the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has found.

Second wettest year on record costs insurers £1.9 billion

Flooding and storm damage to homes and businesses cost British insurers £1.9 billion in 2012, according to figures from the Association of British Insurers (ABI).

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