Denis Butler

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Sales promotions FAQs

<b>Ten FAQs on sales promotions.</b><p>1. What can sales promotion do for a small business?<p>Sales promotion is a shorter-term strategy designed to:<p>accelerate …

IT support directory

Whether you're looking for a completely new IT system, or just need some basic IT support, browse our directory below to find the right supplier for …

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Donut - Start-up and SME resources

Donut - Start-up and SME resources, Bristol, United Kingdom. 6.5K likes. Practical guidance on starting and running a business. Follow us for how-to …

Money Donut en Twitter: "What's the best/worst thing about being your own boss? We'll publish those that make us think...Or laugh #DonutBoss"

Starting a new business - free advice, tools and resources

BLOG<p>There's no-one more qualified to tell us what it takes to make it than you - small business owners on the front line. Your key tips for …

Drawing up a budget - checklist

• <b>Involve employees</b> who will be responsible for the budget or who have information which will help you prepare forecasts.<br>• Collect <b>historical information</b> …

Redundancy FAQs

<b>21 FAQs about redundancy</b><p>1. We need to make some people redundant. Is it advisable to establish a formal redundancy procedure, and if so, what should …

Eye-Fi's Windows desktop receiver means you can say goodbye to the SD-card reader

We've always been fans of Eye-Fi's wireless cards, but the fact that we still used an SD-card reader to pull the files to our desktops always rankled. Thankfully, the company is addressing that gripe with the Windows Desktop Receiver for the Eye-Fi Mobi, which launched earlier in the year. The new …

#CursingCandy is the latest short from animator Lee Hardcastle, and it does just what it says on the tin. The wrappers of your favorite candy bars collide together forming foul words--occasionally in the shape and style of what they're meant to portray... http://f-st.co/dwV0CES