When doing business administration, are you avoiding the profit?
Business Aspects Magazine
by David Lomas
1M ago
In the frantic world of entrepreneurship, the buzz of activity can be deceptive. Business owners often find themselves caught in a whirlwind of tasks, struggling to balance the demands of administration with the imperative of business growth.  But amidst this chaos, there’s a critical question to consider: When doing business administration, are you avoiding the profit? Attempting to handle all aspects of administration single-handedly is akin to a futile juggling act. For a deeper insight, Business Aspects Magazine spoke to Debra Blackman, a business support expert from Viessentially. H ..read more
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How Can a Well-Planned Thought Leadership Strategy Turn Into an Upturn in Sales?
Business Aspects Magazine
by David Lomas
2M ago
In today’s fast-paced business landscape, the role of thought leadership extends beyond mere expertise—it’s about orchestrating meaningful connections that lead to tangible results, particularly in sales development. David Lomas, CEO of M3 Media Group, underscores the transformative power of thought leadership, especially in driving sales growth. “Central to this strategy is the art of asking powerful questions. These questions serve as conversational keys, unlocking doors of opportunity for business owners and sales team members alike,” explains David. By sparking insightful discussions, tho ..read more
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Protected: Skills Allocation: Could You be Wearing the Wrong Hat?
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by David Lomas
3M ago
This content is password protected. To view it please enter your password below: Password: The post Protected: Skills Allocation: Could You be Wearing the Wrong Hat? appeared first on Business Aspects Magazine ..read more
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Leadership: Is the Secret to Success Too Secretive?
Business Aspects Magazine
by Jim Baker
3M ago
Some people feel they have an instinctive feel when it comes to business, which drives much of their decision-making. Being self-driven and spontaneous can be good for SMEs and startups, however, these are not qualities that will guarantee longevity, or even survival. Hywel Griffiths, expert business coach and founder of APD Resolutions, explains the risks when business owners keep too much knowledge to themselves. Who Runs Your Business? “When you start your business, leadership may not be something you consider, especially if you start out as a sole trader, or a partner. But if your business ..read more
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Exhibitions: Are You Making the Most of Your Investment?
Business Aspects Magazine
by Judith Rafferty
3M ago
Exhibition ROI. It’s a topic David Lomas, CEO at M3 Media Publishing, is discussing with businesses daily, since becoming the media partner for the Business Innovation Expo on 13th and 14th March 2024. David was in frontline sales for many years. He understands that justifying return on investment depends on more than collecting business cards and hoping that something sticks. “It’s not just about turning up. It’s about what you put in to it, like adding ingredients to make a recipe successful,” David explains. “The pudding won’t taste the same without the fruit.” As a result, his thought lea ..read more
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How can meeting better people help to boost your business?
Business Aspects Magazine
by David Lomas
4M ago
How often do you find yourself in rewarding conversations with new prospects? Chances are, not as frequently as you’d like. In the business world, encounters often devolve into small talk and repetitive elevator pitches that seldom lead to substantial outcomes. Meeting like-minded individuals can be rare, but there are ways to improve your odds. The key lies in connecting with the right people – those with ambition and drive, just like yourself. Enter the 2024 Business Innovation Expo, slated to occur at the London Excel on March 13th and 14th. This event brings together business professionals ..read more
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When does a lack of information cause board frustration and threaten profits?
Business Aspects Magazine
by David Lomas
4M ago
Running a company can be tough at the best of times, but it becomes increasingly difficult when the senior management are not aware of issues developing at the front line of their organisation. Many business leaders think they know what is going on in their firm, but often key information is not well communicated. Further, many companies do not even have the right systems to capture the correct data in the first place, hence why it can’t then be utilised by the board to make well informed decisions. Board members need to be aware when important issues occur, whilst not being bombarded with co ..read more
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Unlocking Sales Success: The Power of Thought Leadership in Engaging Prospects
Business Aspects Magazine
by David Lomas
4M ago
In the fast-paced world of modern business, making a lasting impression and capturing the attention of potential clients is a challenge that every company faces. The traditional ‘sales pitch’ is losing its effectiveness, as prospects are becoming more discerning and selective about who they engage with.  To succeed in this competitive landscape, businesses need to explore innovative ways to stand out, add value, and establish credibility from the very first interaction. This is where the “Published Content Package” offered by M3 Media Publishing comes into play, revolutionising the ..read more
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When does a hobby or side hustle become a business?
Business Aspects Magazine
by Barry Hunt
5M ago
Do you have a hobby or side hustle which is starting to earn you some extra income? Before you start spending the money, have you considered the tax implications? Developing a new income stream can be rewarding and fun, particularly if it involves doing something you love, such as baking or fixing old cars. Once your activity returns a reliable income, it has turned from a hobby into a business “Earning a little bit of extra money on the side can really come in handy, particularly if your main income has been affected by the pandemic” says Emma Roberts from OneClick Accountant. “However, just ..read more
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Make trade shows your New Year’s resolution
Business Aspects Magazine
by Andrew Vaux
5M ago
It’s that time of year again where you’ll be thinking about New Year’s resolutions for your business. Whatever you might be considering, it’s essential that you change the way you work if you want to achieve the results and productivity you deserve. German mathematician and physicist Albert Einstein once famously said: “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.” As you think about what steps you can take to enhance your company’s productivity and efficiency in 2024 why not consider making trade shows a central part of your marketing strategy? Jon Hopwood ..read more
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