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Sage One Blog

Sage One news, tips and advice for start-ups and small businesses.

Top tips for business bloggers

Thinking of writing a blog for your business? Read on for advice on how best to do this and why it could be a smart move for finding new customers. In the past, paid advertising was the backbone of marketing communications. Whether you used print, radio, TV, flyers, sandwich boards, or any other information-delivery mechanism, the whole push —…

14 articles all start-ups have to read

How much advice is too much advice? With so much free business advice online you may be feeling overwhelmed or wondering where to start. To make life easier, we’ve rounded up 14 articles we think all start-ups should read (below). Whether you’ve just started your own business or have been living the dream for a…

MADE Festival 2014: Get your reduced price ticket via Sage

As part of our headline sponsorship of the MADE Festival in Sheffield next month, we’re offering reduced price tickets to budding entrepreneurs, pre-starts, early stage and established businesses. The normal price for tickets is £48 but you can get them for just £30 by entering the Promo Code: ZWJ96414 in the booking form at www.madefestival.com See you…

[VIDEO] What makes Enterprise Rock?

We in the Sage One team believe that the best advice and support for new businesses comes from people who’ve been there and done that. This is why the ‘What makes Enterprise Rock?’ video by Enterprise Rockers is so good! Filmed at various locations in Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire it shows experienced small business owners giving their…

Phew, that’s a relief! Sage offer ‘cheap as chips’ quality support for start-ups

Guest blog by Tony Robinson OBE, the ’Micro Enterprise Revolutionary’, start-up speaker and co-founder of Enterprise Rockers – an independent self-help support group for micro business owners everywhere. We are worth it As anyone who Follows me on Twitter @TonyRobinsonOBE will know, I’ve spent over 20 years trying to improve the survival rate of start-ups…