Tamara Littleton's top tips for effective remote working
Tamara is the Founder of The Social Element, a fully-remote agency with 175+ people
From a Membership Manager: What I'm hearing and learning this week
Remote working tips, finding some zen and over-communicating are my top tips...
9 tips for acquiring a company
One way to expand your business rapidly is by making strategic acquisitions. Find out how to do it successfully here.
7 ways to acquire more customers
From identifying your customer to getting your product in front of them and growing through referrals - here are our member's tried and tested tips.
How the right private equity partner can turbo-charge growth
Patience and chemistry are key for building businesses – and for football, according to Inflexion Partner and football lover Tim Smallbone.
Why Smart Capital is the certain way to grow in 2020
With the ongoing going state of economic and political uncertainty in the UK, how can 'smart' capital reinvigorate businesses?
Deciding why and how to sell your business
Before you prepare to sell your business, consider your motivations and exit options. Here is a quick tour through some of the most common reasons for an exit and options to consider.
Creating an Advisory Board and hiring a NED
A senior team can be hugely beneficial for helping your business grow. In this blog we offer practical advice for hiring an NED and advisory board.
Funding an acquisition
If you're looking to acquire a business, you need to know what finances are available to you. See your options here.
How to build a senior leadership team
In the first half of this two-part blog we look at promoting internally for senior roles, managing your senior team and building a board.
Measuring motivation and tools for team effectiveness
All business owners want their team to be as productive as possible. Here are 10+ tested tools and measures for effectiveness.
4 ways to increase team productivity
Managing a team is hard whether it's 10 or 100 people. How do you make sure you're getting the most from your employees?