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HackBack aims to solve SME COVID-19 issues

by: Startacus Admin ~ 24th April 2020
Remote hackathon #HackBack is aiming to address the issues the small and medium businesses will face in the coming Covid19 recovery. With the successful completion of Ireland’s first fully remote, international hackathon event, What The Hack announces their second remote event, #HackBack, taking place over the 2 days of May 30 & 31. Founded by Sophie Benoit and Caitlin Hafer, the Dublin...
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How can a small business protect itself from coronavirus

by: Startacus Admin ~ 16th March 2020
Henning von Spreckelsen, Small Business Charter Board Member outlines some tips for SMEs in the current challenging times There is nothing certain about 2020 except that it will be used in future business school lectures to demonstrate just how uncertain the market can be, and how important it is for businesses to be prepared. If you run your own business you are not just exposed to your own vul...
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Research reveals that one-third of British SMEs lost clients due to poor people skills

by: Startacus Admin ~ 26th February 2020
People skills really matter to business - as this latest survey shows... Interesting findings announced from a survey undertaken by Tempo, an end-to-end hiring platform trusted by Monzo, Bulb and Starling Bank, indicating the negative impact that shoddy interpersonal skills can have on a fast-growing business.The survey which is part of Tempo’s new ‘Master of More’ campaign has ...
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SMEs or Big Businesses? Which are Dominant in your Area?

by: Startacus Admin ~ 5th August 2015
In 2014 UK entrepreneurship reached a record high with some 581,173 new businesses being registered, the vast majority of which were freelancers and SMEs.   Indeed, the explosion in entrepreneurship which has taken place in recent years serves to highlight the substantial contribution that such businesses make to the economy, on both a local and national level.  For example, did you k...
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July Budget 2015 for Startups and SMEs

by: Startacus Admin ~ 9th July 2015
As though a single budget in the space of a year wasn’t exciting enough, the recent victory of the Conservative party in May’s general election has led Chancellor George Osborne to deliver an emergency budget- the first Conservative-only budget for 2 decades.     As you’d expect we were listening intently throughout, tweeting along the way, and trying to decipher what...
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Financial news round-up - February 2015

by: Startacus Admin ~ 1st March 2015
EcWelcome to the Startacus monthly financial news round-up, brought to you by Sophie Turton of Crunch Online Accounting.  Microbusinesses are making a comeback this year, as the government puts more pressure on their own to pay up on time and provide SMEs easier access to public sector contracts. Unemployment also hit the lowest point since the economic crisis. Let’s take a closer look...
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Financial news round-up for small businesses

by: Startacus Admin ~ 28th March 2014
Welcome to the Startacus monthly financial news round-up, brought to you by Sophie Turton of Crunch Accounting. This month has revealed good news for SMEs and startups, as the government pledges more in growth funds and the country’s workers cotton on to the benefits of being self-employed. Self-employed to outnumber public sector workers by 2018 The number of freelancers and contractors i...
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