Our Sales & Marketing Director, Jemma Crouch recently spoke to The Two Lauras, whose online community and toolkits support thousands of freelance social media managers, talking about how freelancers and sole traders can manage late payments.
With reports predicting a downturn in economic stability, it has never been more important to gain an insight into your customers creditworthiness and form a reliable picture of the financial status of a business, to safeguard your organisation.
An increase in late payments is pushing many UK small businesses close to the edge, as energy bills and wages soar and sales fall.
2021 was a difficult year for businesses with regards to late payment, and the outlook for this year is also looking rather challenging.
A recent report by The Insolvency Service, details that business insolvency figures have risen 31 per cent from Q1 2021, and by 4 per cent when compared with the same quarter in the previous year.
Robust marketing lists are an essential component to any B2B company’s success. You can’t sell your products or services without contact information for your leads.
The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) have identified two UK companies who have made almost 860,000 illegal calls between them and have subsequently received fines totalling £270,000.