Features
Monday, 26 February 2018 09:11

“To fix or not to fix” – trends and expectations for interest rates

After 10 years without a rise, the Bank of England finally increased interest rates in November 2017. In early February 2018, the Bank said that rates were likely to rise faster than previously expected due to a strong economy and inflation.

YorkTest Scientist

According to Allergy UK, it is estimated that 45% of the population suffer from a food intolerance. Whilst the effects of a food intolerance are less severe than a food allergy, they can be the root cause of many disruptive symptoms such as IBS, migraines, joint pain, skin conditions, low mood and fatigue.

Tuesday, 13 February 2018 07:42

I love my bucket!

I know it’s a stretch - but really, I love my bucket!

It’s not just any old bucket, its raspberry pink with a purple lid, yes, a lid. How many buckets have lids? It’s similar in appearance to a crinkled cut crisp, the big ridge variety. You just want to touch it, look at it and relish in its design and texture. I know it’s only a bucket, but this is one extraordinary bucket.

Tuesday, 13 February 2018 07:25

Quick tips to manage your trees in winter

In winter the weather can be awful. Trees are doing their best to survive, with their own levels of an ‘antifreeze type’ substance.

Wednesday, 07 February 2018 14:16

What is Invoice Finance?

What is Invoice Finance?

Keeping cash flowing is the most important part of any business.

Invoice Finance enables you to do this by releasing cash tied up in outstanding invoices, giving you an immediate cash injection and an ongoing supply of cash that grows in line with your sales.

Friday, 02 February 2018 09:24

The difference between an abandoned basket and a sale

For many businesses looking to sell online, a well-designed e-commerce platform can mean the difference between an abandoned basket and a sale, and ultimately the success or failure of your business. Scott Brant, operations director at Vizulate Digital, shares his tips on what you need to consider when taking your business online…

Monday, 29 January 2018 14:43

Customer feedback – why it matters and how to use it.

Only 30% of companies in the UK ask customers for feedback. Even worse, only 10% actually do anything with it, and only 5% tell their customers that they have made changes as a result of their feedback.

Monday, 29 January 2018 14:15

Britain and our overconsumption: tips for a clear out

Did you know that every year British consumers spend £21.7 billion on impulse purchases and more than 50% of us make an impulse purchase every time we go shopping? Reports indicate that we consume twice as many material goods today as we did 50 years so think about how much we could save if we stopped doing this!

Thursday, 18 January 2018 11:38

Testimonials

Please see below our Brand Yorkshire Property and Construction Networking Club testimonials:

"I’m so pleased that I joined the Property and Construction Networking Group.  It’s a well organised, professional group with lots of friendly members and visitors at every meeting.  I’ve already recommended it to many of my contacts - it’s a great opportunity to network and do business with experts from across the sector." - David Menaghan, Key Commercial Finance

Friday, 12 January 2018 09:17

The first Yorkshire International Football Match

On 6th January this year, the world's eyes and ears turned to Yorkshire when it was revealed that an international football team for the region, established only six months prior, had been given official recognition by, and membership of, CONIFA.

Thursday, 04 January 2018 10:02

Stop Looking, Begin Listening!

I walked a little later this morning but it was still dark, quiet and beautiful out there. I enjoy the silence, no earphones, time to think or not, time to be still, time to sense the beginnings of a new day.

Wednesday, 03 January 2018 14:30

Are alternative lenders filling the funding gap?

Traditional lenders are struggling to provide many SME’s with the funding that they require. This is due to a combination of stricter banking regulations, the uncertainty around Brexit, and the exacting requirements that high street lenders seek from businesses before they will advance funds.The size of this funding gap is anticipated to be around £22bn.

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