Happy New Year!

Here’s to a fabulous 2017 for all.

It’s been a difficult year for many individuals, companies and of course the country. But like typical ‘english men’ we put our heads down and get on with it.

You can never relax when you are a business owner; once you get complacent and take your eye off the ball someone or something just comes in and bursts your bubble. Might just be a little bubble but in fact it may be a big one that is blown out of all proportion and the magnitude and thought of tackling it and getting back onto an even keel may just be too much for some.

We all know the early years are difficult for small businesses – the high risk factor of not continuing from the first, second, third year never seems to go away. But we’ve also seen big names go under so we are not special on that side of things. Balance is key in respect of the direction of your product/service, the people you get to help you, your team members – and it goes on.

I’d like to wish you well in your decisions over the coming year and look forward to sending you a similar message next year.

If you have a particular issue this year – feel free to ask for help – there are many people who can help and my network is large and I’d be happy to reach out to any of them to support you. I’m sure you would do the same for me.

So closing now for 2016 – wishing you all the very best with the initial celebrations and forthcoming 12 months of business.

Take care

Happy New Year

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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