At the time of writing, the Corona virus pandemic continues to wreak havoc across the country.
With businesses all over the country being affected by Brexit and COVID-19, it’s no secret that the majority of people have struggled this year.
I believe that out of crisis comes opportunity. We cannot always change or control the things that happen to us or around us, but we can choose how we react to them and this year has tested us all personally and professionally.
True to form, the franchising industry has highlighted its resilient nature during the challenges that the past 12 months has thrown at us.
This is the prediction of franchising expert Richard Pakey who says this specialised business sector has remained incredibly resilient during this most challenging of years.
2020 has placed an unprecedented strain on the education industry. As schools closed and students resorted to learning from home, education establishments all over the country had to find a way to still deliver learning and resources to children
Nowadays, with threats coming at business owners from all angles, in every shape and size, it’s imperative for them to have multiple income streams to improve their chances of success.
In one of the UK’s best loved sit coms, Only Fools and Horses, lovable market trader Del Boy famously promised his younger brother Rodney Trotter: “this time next year we’ll be millionaires!”
There's no denying that Covid-19 has changed the game for the health and fitness industry, as indeed it has for many other industries.
If there’s one word that’s been thrown around more than any other in the business sphere for the last six months, it’s ‘pivot’.