Gathering customer data, such as email addresses and social media handles, can provide a great channel of communication and promotion for your business. Check out our recommendations on the best ways to get hold of them!
The new financial year has brought about a number of government changes to our tax laws. Stay in the know with Part One of Liberis’ Guide to Small Business Taxes, helping you get to grips with the types of tax you should be aware of.
Don't get left behind! With Part Two of Liberis' Guide to Small Business Taxes, we're sharing our top tips on how to handle your finances and stay on top of your business finances throughout the year.
Research has found that companies with blogs receive 55% more website visits than those without. And this is just as true for small businesses as it is for large corporations, so here is our guide to getting started with blogging for your business!
The high-street can be a highly competitive space for independant convenience stores, especially with the increasing presence of larger chain supermarkets. Avoid getting left behind with Liberis' top tips on how your convenience store can stock specifically to demand, and ensure that your customers can always find what they need.
Research shows that Mother’s Day and Easter are the most celebrated holidays after Christmas, which presents retailers just like you with yet another golden opportunity to boost sales, target customers, and create memorable first impressions!
It can seem daunting to try advertising online especially without a big budget, but marketing research has found that for every £1 spent on advertising, smaller businesses benefit 8 times more than larger companies. Find out about Liberis' recommendations on where to begin with your online advertising.
With one in four payments now being carried out via contactless card transactions and 125 taps occurring every second in the UK, card payments are now a way of life for the everyday consumer. Here are just a few of benefits you should consider when introducing card payments to your business.
It only takes one late payment to disrupt your cash flow, particularly if you're a small business that relies on getting paid by your customers each month in order to stay operational. Although these late payments can be near impossible to avoid, Liberis have put together some best practices you can adopt to increase your chances of getting paid on time.