Despite a number of SME businesses in the UK using residential internet services, broadband compensation rules have failed to address the needs of corporate customers.
A small business going without power may be missing out on orders and man hours, while still having to pay staff and rent and other costs. It can soon add up, and take its toll on your bottom line.
British rural business owners that engage in exporting expect to grow revenue and ramp up recruitment at double and triple the rate of those that aren’t, new evidence suggests.
The ways you stay in touch with your customers will differ to the ways you stay in touch with staff.
It is more convenient than ever before for an employee to work from home, a café, or on the go while travelling to a meeting.
Older and larger businesses have the benefit of a long-standing reputation, and a back catalogue of work to point to as evidence of the quality of work produced – but how can a smaller business build a stable brand image?
Research has long fleshed out UK employees’ dreams of working from home. But poor telecoms services has ensured almost half of the Brits given such permission, won’t be doing it again.
Do you know what broadband extras are out there? Make sure you get the most of out yours.
If you want top level service, business broadband might be the right call for you. Here, we outline the differences between home and business broadband.
Getting a broadband deal that is tailored to your needs can be really simple. Here’s how to approach internet deals as a small business.
The new telephony tricks that could help you scale your business – VoIP is here to stay, and Alex Larcombe from Virgin Media Business is here to tell us why.
Free WiFi gives your customers a reason to linger. Andrew Gibson, senior manager at Virgin Media Business explains this and other surprising benefits.