Posts from April 2018

 
 
 
Bell4Business based in East Yorkshire has motioned growth ambitions by appointing a second full-time Administration Assistant. 
 
Eve Sarris joined the company 6 weeks ago and has proved a valuable addition to the team already.  
 
Speaking to Louise Bell, Director “I have always seen the value of employing Apprentices and I’m so pleased with how Eve has settled in. I have worked with and on behalf of YH Training Services in Hull and I have been really impressed how they handle their recruitment/training processes. They were a natural choice when I decided to take my business to the next level as they also helped me recruit fellow Business Administrator, Mia Staves”. 
 
Established in 2016 the business has grown from Louise working for several local businesses to now employing Mia and Eve full time.  
 
Bell4Business offer services ranging from social media management, marketing, book-keeping, telephone answering and general admin. 
 
 
 
If you don’t have a website blog or are inconsistent in your posting, you are missing out on valuable opportunities to connect with your audience. Blogging has numerous benefits, attracting target buyers and engaging them with quality content that answers their questions. Website blogging isn’t a commercial for your brand but rather a way to show your expertise and gain credibility. The most important benefits of blogging include: 
 
• Enhancing SEO and keeping your site fresh 
• Providing content to share on social media 
• Building stronger relationships 
• Generating better leads 
 
The ActionCOACH GrowthCLUB is a powerful, action-packed and highly focused 1-day workshop that combines the synergy of your local business coach and like-minded, innovative business owners and their teams to create momentum for your business. 
 
 
To start a new business is often to follow a passion but the sudden reality can be that passion must take a back seat when the realities of running a business hit home.  
One of the challenges that occurs is business admin – and what soon follows is the need to reduce admin to remain productive. 
 
According to a report we carried out on business admin and how it affects firms, we found smaller businesses in the UK estimate they spend 71 days undertaking administration tasks. That’s more than 14 working weeks, or around three months. 
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