An energy broker has been forced to repay over £25,000 to a chocolatier after a significant amount of undisclosed fees were discovered in its contracts.
A manufacturing firm has joined the growing list of businesses to recover thousands of pounds from its energy broker as a result of mis-selling.
Business managers and owners have to find solutions for the many challenges they face on a day to day basis.
The festive season is approaching. For smart businesses, this means giving some thought to business waste and other fundamental services.
Many start-ups and SMEs operate within the misapprehension that green practices are reserved for big corporates – and it’s costing them.
It is widely known within the crypto-community that cryptocurrency mining is an energy-intensive business.
One of the ways to develop a sustainable outlook to business is to think about what happens to your business waste.
Taking payment for products or services is central to every business’s operations, but cash isn’t king like it was in the past.
When it comes to your business energy strategy, procurement is the first step. Defining effective monitoring and management systems within your business stands to have a long-term effect – and this can, in turn, affect your bottom line.
With the rising price of energy, few businesses in Britain can ignore strategising around this essential cost.