What a year the bygone year has been for aspiring entrepreneurs!? Both good and bad. The year 2020 saw a massive rise in the sector of homegrown businesses. People were working from home, and many lost their jobs- probably their only source of income. A few others realised that they suddenly had a lot of time to spare in their hands but no proper way to utilise it. Thus the idea of small home businesses became popular.
Humans accumulate innumerable belongings in their lifetime, from your name, education, professional stature, house, vehicle and wealth. And the list goes on. However, the only physical testimony to your belonging(s) is the legal document attached to it. Any law declares you the owner of a physical or intellectual property based on these documents. Even if you want to pass on your belongings, transfer ownership or change your name, you will need certain legal documents to do so. For instance, for changing one’s name, one needs to get hold of a deed poll.
There are tons of people who lost their jobs but utilized their time to develop a business plan and establish a start-up from their home. If you too have lost your job or are looking for an additional source of income, here are 5 successful small business ideas that require low to medium investment and can be launched in the pandemic.
You might have one on your car already, or you may be looking at purchasing GPS trackers for vehicles in a fleet you manage. Either way, while you’re aware of the fact that trackers give vehicle owners and operators the ability to see exactly where their vehicle is, you may have questions about just how they work.
Welcome to the 2021 Q1 edition of SME News Magazine, where we provide you with all of the latest news, announcements, and features about some of the best up-and-coming enterprises around the United Kingdom.
Welcome to the celebratory edition of the SME Business Elite Awards of 2020, a program which highlights those enterprises who consistently provide the best services and products for their clients, allowing them to stand out within their representative fields.
This year has certainly tested the capabilities of business across the UK, from all sectors, regardless of their size. Whilst there have been challenging times which have unfortunately resulted in businesses shutting their doors for good, there has also been countless moments where companies have excelled all expectations.
Welcome to the Q3 edition of SME News magazine. These past few months have been a challenging time for many, with restrictions being eased then implemented, it has tested the capabilities on how firm’s handle unexpected obstacles.