Sharing economy

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The Sharing Economy: A low-cost solution for upscale services

Small business owners have become faced with continuous pressure to appeal to their potential clients and partners. To impress and to appear professional, luxuries such as upscale cars and hotels can do wonders for a company's representation.


The UK sharing economy to grow by 60 per cent in 2017, study finds

UK and France are the European trailblazers for the sharing economy, leading the charge for sharing sectors.


A quick guide to managing your taxes in the sharing economy

Here is a guide on the current rulings affecting self-employed individuals that sharing economy users should be aware of.


Younger generation using sharing economy platforms for social benefit

Younger people are much more likely to engage with a sharing economy for social benefits, a new study finds.

Business Technology

How to build instant trust in the sharing economy

The next few years will see widespread adoption of a new ‘trust economy’, where renting is replaced with swapping one free service for another, argues Andy Peck.

Business Ideas & Planning

Why the sharing economy offers more opportunities than threats for SMEs

Here, Jane Ollis looks at the practice of sharing assets and how it has turned into a business proposition.

Business Technology

How to grow a global creative agency in record time

Find out how creative agency, Myth Studio, used technology to grow their business and quadruple their staff count in 18 months

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Attracting and keeping top talent through Total Reward

Employment benefits specialist, Drewberry, explain why you should base your benefits around a Total Reward Strategy

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5 things every small business owner needs to know before starting

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What is professional indemnity insurance?

Professional indemnity insurance provides cover if somebody sues your business and they allege that your advice caused financial loss or damaged their brand. It’s not just for accountants and lawyers but for anyone offering a personal service, even web designers