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Trading Up – Why accounting software is vital for tradespeople

Trading Up – Why accounting software is vital for tradespeople

by on February 25, 2019

If you own a trades business, chances are you’ve put off investing your money in “luxuries” such as accounting software.

After all, most people don’t immediately think of technology when it comes to businesses that deal with manual labour.

However, you’d be surprised to know that in this era of all things digital, more and more tradesmen are liberating themselves by investing in accounting software.


How business can kit out their offices on a budget

How business can kit out their offices on a budget

by on August 8, 2017

Now that you are launching a new office, you have probably realized the importance of finding the right office furnishings and equipment. Although it might be a costly step in establishing your business venture, it is of utmost importance.

Like many of the new office owners, you might have factored in the cost of other things such as electronics but have forgotten to factor in furniture and fittings.

With the right choice of fittings and furniture, you will have customized your office as per your taste. Those four empty walls can be something else if you have not put up any shelving or wall art. The good news is that we have put together this piece to educate people on how they can fit their offices on a low budget. These tips will come in handy whether it is a small business that is starting out or a large corporation- after all, everybody loves bargains! [more…]

One in ten now use their toilet break to make some money

by on July 19, 2016

One in ten of us now make pounds whilst spending a penny, according to new findings by online research site, Crowdology. The study found that [more…]

Women for Women : Just how effectively can working mothers juggle the work/life balance? / Laura Abrar

by on May 7, 2013

Laura Abrar writes

She sent shockwaves through both the industry and her own multinational corporation when she declared mothers should not work from home and ended all remote working options at Yahoo.

Yet let’s remember CEO Marisa Mayer is a working woman herself – with children – so surely has a master plan.


Research : Mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptops account for just 1.2% of total viewing

by on February 19, 2013

The future of media may be mobile but on-the-move television is still in its infancy accounting for three minutes of viewing a day, according to industry figures.

The average UK viewer watched four hours and four minutes of TV a day in 2012, the third consecutive year it topped the four-hour mark.

The proportion of television watched live continues to fall, reflecting the growth in popularity of digital television recorders such as Sky+, Freeview+ and Tivo on Virgin Media. [more…]

Adconnection unveils first ‘Second Screen’ integrated media campaign for Lovestruck

by on February 8, 2013

Adconnection, the leading independent media planning and buying agency, has unveiled the UK’s first ‘dual screen’ connected media campaign – synchronising TV and online display activity – for

The ‘Lovestruck Here’ dual screen campaign, which launches this Friday 8 February, bolsters Lovestruck’s recent transition into television by serving online display banners and ‘roadblocking’ targeted sites and audiences only at times coinciding with Lovestruck’s TV spots.


Mum is the family’s media manager, a social-networking queen and always switched on / 21st Century Mum Insights series

by on July 19, 2012

The world’s number one pregnancy and parenting brand, BabyCentre, today launches Media Mum, the latest instalment of its 21st Century Mum Insights series. The research explores how the media habits of mums in Britain today are radically changing the rules for marketers, and examines how mums – a crucial audience segment - are becoming skilled at blending traditional and digital formats.

For more information on the 2012 UK Media Mum report please visit [more…]

Research / The first digital analysis of the luxury handbag market

by on July 3, 2012

You may have seen research from the Luxury Society & Digital Luxury Group as they present the World Luxury Index, providing the first digital analysis of the luxury handbag market. The research looks at the handbag market, revealing a ranking and analysis of the most searched-for handbag brands around the world within the luxury industry.

The research covers over 130 brands, through 130 million+ searches, in eight countries and shows how digital is impacting on luxury handbag retailers as well as the appetite for handbag brands amongst consumers.