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New Year’s Resolutions for small businesses

What will you (and what should other SMEs) resolve to do in 2019?

New Year is a time to act on those things that you know need to change but you have been putting off. This shouldn’t be any different when looking at your business, but what should SME’s look to resolve in 2019?

People Puzzles founder Ally Maughan, likes to look at these three things every new year – to ensure the business is focused and set up to deliver success.

If you need help focusing on your priorities, and aligning everyone in your business to your strategic vision and goals, call People Puzzles or email us on hello@peoplepuzzles.co.uk.

This is an inspiring story and its all true. I can’t believe it’s about us! We’ve accomplished a lot over the last 18 months.

Joseph Carr, Managing Director, Carrs Pasties

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