New On-line Guide launched to assist Owner/Managers run their business

May 2004
Management Services;May2004, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p5
Academic Journal
Croner, one of the leading providers of business information, advice and support in Great Britain, is launching an online series of industry-specific information products to help small businesses address the day-to-day compliance and management issues they face. "Run Your Business" has been developed through consultation with a variety of industries and trade associations and is the first small and medium enterprise-focussed product that provides core compliance content relevant to particular industry sectors. Designed to be a constant online companion, each sector has been authored by industry experts with specific hands-on knowledge of their topic area. "Run Your Business" provides user-friendly fact sheets and in-depth mini-guides in five key areas, namely Managing People, Managing the Business, Health & Safety, Tax& Finance and Electronic-commerce, coupled with updates on specific compliance issues which affect each sector. Clients also receive access to Croner's 24-hour Business Support Helplines which offer constant access to experienced consultants for advice and guidance to any problems or queries. The first three products in the "Run Your Business" series, which have been available from mid March 2004, are customized for recruitment consultancy, estate agency and computer services.


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