Social Mail: How To Use Email Marketing To Build You Social Following

In modern day digital marketing, utilizing one or two communication channels won’t cut it anymore. You’ll need to make the different channels you’re in work together for you. So while it’s easy to think that email and social media are two different entities, there are a number of ways you …

A third of accountancy professionals feel stressed at work

Accountancy has joined the legal profession in a developing mental health epidemic within their respective workplaces. Recent studies found that just over a third (37 percent) of solicitors feel stressed by work, striking a worrying comparison between themselves and accountants. The accountancy profession is in the grip of a mental …

Local Business Listings: The easier way to manage your online business listings

With all the social media outlets and ways to manage your online business listings available nowadays, marketing your business online is becoming easier and more accessible. And, to make things even more seamless for business owners, many of these types of sites will automatically gather your business information and list your …

Is flexible working the answer to improved employee mental health and productivity?

One of Labour’s flagship policies for its 2019 general election campaign was to introduce a four-day week. More accurately, its policy is to introduce a 32-hour week. This brought flexible working again into the media spotlight. Research suggests that flexible working and reduced hours can have multiple benefits, including improved …

New Year, New Home Office: Enhance Your Spinal Health & Productivity With The Ergonomic X-Chair

As home business owners, we spend hours and hours staying stationary while typing away at our computers every day. That said, it is pertinent to choose comfortable office chairs that place a great focus on ergonomics and chiropractic health in order to prevent future spinal issues. Luckily, there is finally …

The Next Recession Is Coming by 2021, According to an Overwhelming Majority of Economists

Two-thirds of business economists in the U.S. expect a recession to begin by the end of 2020, while a plurality of respondents say trade policy is the greatest risk to the expansion, according to a new survey. About 10 percent see the next contraction starting in 2019, 56 percent say …