To see Twitter simply as a broadcast media you miss out on one of the most significant elements of the platform, which is its ability to build multiple customised streams of data which relate to your interests and specialisms. Twitter allows you to keep abreast of the latest developments in virtually any field in real-time.
This week we’ve launched the Sage Pay e-business benchmark report 2011. Now in it’s second year, the report provides dynamic insight into the latest trends, techniques and behaviours that are delivering success for e-commerce businesses.
How often during your day to day operations, do your employees duplicate or even triplicate data entry into disparate business applications?
Since early July, HMRC have been targeting – via a series of direct communications – approximately 40,000 UK businesses who should now be VAT registered, having already reached the current VAT threshold of £73k. If you are an accountant, you could well have clients who’ve been contacted in such a way.
Many businesses keen to increase their sales choose to expand overseas – but trading in new international markets creates a range of issues that every business must consider.
The way you report accidents and injuries in the workplace is changing from today.
It’s that time of year again. In October, a couple of changes, such as the national minimum way and Agency Workers Regulations, will be applied to UK employment law that will affect every business in the country.
We chose to produce an Accountant’s Overview of Social Media as we know from our recent Roadshows and Virtual Conference that it is a topic which is prompting a lot of debate in the industry. I hope you find it useful and if you have any feedback, we’d love to hear it!
Our guest blogger Kat is from Manchester based web design company, WildFire Digital Media. Having attended last year’s free business event, Sage World, she’s already booked her tickets for Sage World 2011 and here she explains why.