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How Cauli Rice is conquering the world and the web


Imagine you’ve come up with an idea that’s not only unique, but also allows you to turn something you enjoy into a way of making a living. That’s the dream, right? Well, that’s what happened for Gem and Jamie Harris, founders of Cauli Rice, a 123 Reg customer. The company makes cauliflower rice, a dish…

#myworkhacks: Quick tips for a more productive business

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Productivity is a huge challenge for businesses of all sizes. But smaller businesses face particular challenges when it comes to time management. With so much to be done and so little time to do it in, it’s almost impossible to end every week with your to-do list fully ticked. To help people make the most…

Pitch to Rich with #VOOM and 123 Reg

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Virgin Media Business #VOOM 2016 launched yesterday. It’s a chance for any small business to pitch their business idea to Sir Richard Branson and win a share of the £1 million prize fund. Sounds exciting, right? As you might imagine though, competition is tough. Last year 2,667 pitches were submitted and just a handful of…

6 top cloud-based tools for small business owners


One of the best things about recent technological advances is that they’ve allowed small businesses to easily access powerful tools that once would have been far beyond their reach. Software that would have once cost far more than a small business could afford On top of this, cloud technology makes it easier than ever before…

14 tools and resources to help your small business grow


Running and growing a small business is hard. You’ll probably be doing a lot of the work yourself and having to learn about new topics as you go along. To help ease the pressure on you a bit, we’ve put together a list of some of the best small business tools and resources around. Whether…

How to build a personal brand on social media

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Social media is an excellent way to connect with potential customers and clients. But don’t expect people to pay attention to you just because you’ve got a Twitter account of Facebook profile. People are only going to pay attention to you if you provide something of value to them such as tips, advice or information…