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Where Should You Rent a Serviced Office?

The serviced office industry is the fastest growing sector of the real estate market in Europe, and nowhere is this more apparent than London. The serviced office market in the British capital is fiercely competitive and overwhelmingly vast. Picking the perfect spot for your business is becoming increasingly hard. Picking […]

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4 Ways Technology Increases Work Productivity

Technology has undeniably made our modern lives better, but it sometimes gets a bad rap. It’s true that technology often be distracting and can limit our productivity at work. A 2012 salary.com survey found that 64% of employees visited websites completely unrelated to their work every single day. But just because technology […]

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Handy Tools to Excel at Client Servicing

Just as you’re about to close the deal and finalize things, the client calls “I just remembered, I need to make a few amendments. Can you send an updated statement to our address?” and your day turns becomes rather unpleasant. But there’s no alternative. Keeping clients satisfied is a priority […]

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4 Staffing Tricks for Businesses

It’s hard to find and hire great people, but it’s even harder to keep them motivated and retain them so that they work at your company for years. There’s stiff competition from young startups, distributed teams, and small businesses, so young and talented employees won’t bat an eye about leaving […]

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4 Exciting Ways to Grow your Business

As the fall-out from Brexit continues, so too does the economic impact throughout the UK. British manufacturing has recently shrank at its fastest pace in more than three years, for example, while business confidence has also tumbled significantly. With this in mind, the notion of growing your business may seem […]

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Next Generation Business: SFA Annual Conference

The world is changing and your business cannot stand still. You must adapt and evolve in order to achieve success. The SFA Annual Conference will equip you with information, advice and inspiration to make your company a Next Generation Business

The Small Firms Association Annual Conference is a day to celebrate the achievements and contribution of small business and to allow owner-managers to hear information and advice from renowned experts, network with peers and a range of exhibitors and have an opportunity to reflect on their business.

The speaker lineup includes Mary Mitchell O’Connor, the newly-appointed Minister for Job, Enterprise and Innovation; Eddie the Eagle, former Olympic ski jumper; David Collings, one of HR’s most influential thinkers; Mark W. Schaefer, author of one of the top five marketing blogs in the world and many others.

For more information and to book your place, visit www.sfa.ie/conf 

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