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Resolving to be better in 2020

Resolving to be better in 2020
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Resolving to be better in 2020
Siobhan Stirling - Sharp Minds Communications for Capital Space by Siobhan Stirling - Sharp Minds Communications for Capital Space
Owner/Director - Sharp Minds Communications Ltd

A new year heralds a new beginning – and a chance to come up with an action plan for business growth in the months ahead. We asked a selection of those based in our business centres about the plans that they’ve got for 2020, and how they intend to see their goals achieved.

My hopes for this year

"My business resolutions are to help other businesses as an advisor or mentor. Personally, I want to try and achieve a better work/life balance as I find I spend too much time working!"
Adele Mackinnon, Nutmeg Studio Milton Keynes Business Centre

"Our New Year’s resolution is to make sure more people know what we offer. With significant growth in our supplier partnerships, Datafuel will be promoting very competitive ‘one-stop’ marketing solutions to new and existing customers."

Damian Philip, Datafuel Colchester Seedbed Business Centre

"I don't normally make personal resolutions but from a business point of view, Brexit has made things difficult. When Brexit happens in 2020, we can really motor. Now that we plan to move into a new sector, employing everyone from middle managers to director level, we can really put our recruitment skills to the test."
Sue Turney, Aspire Personnel Milton Keynes Business Centre

"Put some time for yourself on the calendar. Learn something new (a regular IT requirement). Promote the business on a more regular basis. Focus on Instagram and remembering to hashtag. Set realistic goals. Allocate time to streamline inefficient processes, it will be worth it in the long run !"
Richard Bentley, The IT Consultants St George's Business Park

“I’m resolving to make time for personal learning – whether it’s on online tutorials or Youtube videos or books, there’s so much to learn and so many different ways to acquire knowledge. Counter-intuitively, perhaps, I’ll also be trying to step away from the computer more. When you work in IT, it’s particularly important to make sure you engage with real life as often as possible – and that includes doing business face-to-face, something that makes all the difference.”

Chris Collinge, MD, We Do Apps Milton Keynes Business Centre

Small changes can make all the difference, so follow our customers’ examples and commit to doing something simple differently as the new decade dawns. It could make all the difference to you, your team and your business.

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