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November update: Migration, automation, jubilation

It’s a tale as old as time itself: We’re so busy delivering business that we haven’t found the

From Entrepreneur to Parentrepreneur 2: Twins, things and wins

So, it’s been a little hectic since the last post, and lessons have been learned – many of them! 

From Entrepreneur to Parentrepreneur 1: Balancing parenthood with business

Shock and excitement. That’s what I felt a few months ago (and still am!) upon hearing that my

Make your own luck in business with the ‘four types of luck’

I recently read a blog by Sahil Bloom and fell in love with ‘the four kinds of luck’

Making good introductions: it’s all about etiquette

We’ve made and received loads of business introductions over the years and formed some opinions about what makes
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Build custom business applications in Excel with UserForms

UserForms are an incredibly powerful data capture tool.They are basically boxes which help you ensure that anyone putting
Exporting from the EU to the UK

Automation of customs invoice documents in Excel

We've been helping clients to automate the creation of EU customs invoices and supporting documents, where their existing
Working on an Excel spreadsheet

When Excel is the perfect tool for the job and when it is not

Excel is a fantastic tool for a wide variety of tasks but, like all tools, it has its

The virtual cuppa (networking from home)

When Covid-19 hampered our regular breakfast meetup, we tried having a virtual cuppa instead - this is how

Home working (and enjoying it): a practical guide

Tips (and mistakes) we learned the hard way. Working from home can be exhilarating. Just don’t get stuck
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Work life balance – a simple way to determine whether you have it

I read “It doesn’t have to be crazy at work” by the Basecamp founders – and can’t recommend

You’ll be great. You just have to go for it.

Know that stuff you keep thinking about doing but never quite get around to? Just go for it.