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The Yeovil Business Group blog is a great way for members to showcase their skills and experience. Typically, each meeting's 10 minute presentation is written up and posted to the blog with the attribution to the presenter him or herself.

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03Mar2017
What does good look like?

I am pleased to say that having taken the big step to start my own business almost 5 years ago, things have gone well. I help people without the will, skill or time to do their books. However, I am not the same person as I was then and indeed my g ...

15Jan2015
What the hell are my stats?

We all have websites that’s a given, but do we know how well they are performing? Many business owners get confused with the jargon used and don’t know their ‘bounce rate’ from their ‘hits’ and beyond. Here’s an article that helps ...

21Apr2014
Bookkeeping Essential Tips

I am a bookkeeper and I provide bookkeeping to those who have neither the skill, will nor time to do their own books. As start-ups most businesses have at least the time and the will even if the skill is lacking and therefore quite rightly choose ...

29Nov2013
So Why Me?

Why do my clients choose me, what makes me difference? Well when you look at my website or indeed any bookkeeping website what do you see? Sales Ledger (Customer records) Purchase Ledger(Supplier records) Nomina ...

15Nov2013
Yeovil Business Group & Preston Academy Partnership Begins

After months of talking, the first of the activities that YBG agreed to help Preston School with started this week. Lee Chapman & Chris Legg joined groups of budding entrepreneurs from year 11 to watch their initial ideas take shape and to give f ...

23Sep2013
5 Things You Didn't Know You Needed to be a Baker!

Over the years of professional cake makery I have accumulated some unusual tools which I would never have anticipated needing. Here are my top 5 ‘strange but essential’ baking tools: A Junior Hacksaw: No – it’s not for cutting through m ...

02Sep2013
If I Started My Business Today, I Would Do It Very Differently

The Traditional Model Traditionally, starting a business has been a daunting affair requiring large investment of capital and time. Already having large liabilities can put a new business on a shaky footing right from the start. Online services, p ...

27Jun2013
Saving the business world, one business at a time

After a successful career in business banking spanning over 20 years I became increasingly frustrated by the politics of a post credit crunch world. Having enjoyed working closely with small business from start-ups through to those with several milli ...

17Jun2013
Welcoming visitors

At Yeovil Business Group we pride ourselves on making visitors and guests welcome. We always ask both members and visitors to let us know they're coming, as we need to get accurate numbers to the venue so the room is set up for the right number of pe ...

16Jun2013
Meeting new suppliers

Networking isn't just about meeting prospective clients, it can be about meeting prospective suppliers or other local businesses that potentially you could collaborate with. We all need suppliers of services within a business. This could be a grap ...

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