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Access to finance specialist, Caroline Turley, briefly highlights what she considers business priorities should be over the next few months to make sure you have the funds to grow your business and keep on track with your business plans.
Lifelong salesman, Stephen Leishman, talks about how, just like many others, it’s been a time for adjustment to his daily business life during the coronavirus pandemic and offers his tips for selling in the world after lockdown.
Professor Simon Bolton, an expert in innovation and director of Edge Hill University’s Productivity and Innovation Centre, outlines his five key tips to help businesses recover and become more resilient to future crises.
Andy Traynor, FW Capital, looks at financial support available from the government to businesses as we ease out of lockdown and try to adjust to a new normality.
Boost business coach Hayley Caine outlines her sales thinking and planning tips to get the sales results you need in our ‘new normal’. These tips apply to companies that have grown quickly and ones that have had a reduction in sales.
Rob Hallam, managing director of Bigtank Video Productions explains why video is frequently the chosen communication tool and popular among the most successful of marketeers.
Nikki Hesford, owner of Hesford Media, appeared on the show in 2010 with her niche clothing brand. She discusses her experience of the process and what advice she would give to entrepreneurs who may want to apply
Former HR director and Company Secretary, Graham Haworth, talks about how mentoring is great for both business leaders and the mentor too.
Jonathan Cundliffe, managing director of managed IT specialists, J700 Group, shares his advice on how businesses can take advantage of technology to make a strong COVID-19 comeback.