Tuesday September 22, 2020

Stay on trend to survive

Small business owners need to keep their eye on the ball in an ever-changing business environment, writes Graham Clifford

16th May, 2015
Peter Cosgrove, director with recruitment group CPL. Picture: Dee Organ

In a competitive business environment, small firms must adapt and innovate to meet the needs of their customers.

Owner-managers must be able to spot trends and stay ahead of evolving work practices, according to Peter Cosgrove, director with recruitment group CPL.

Cosgrove will speak at the Small Firms Association’s annual conference, drawing on CPL’s experience in outlasting the recession.

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