Daisy launches online hub to help growing businesses

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The Inside Track offers advice from Daisy experts and guest contributors on a variety of business topics

Daisy Group has launched a new online hub that offers guidance to growing businesses from UK entrepreneurs and business people.

The communications and IT service provider said it has created The Inside Track to cater for growing demand from its customers and the business community for cross-industry information and guidance.

The resource incorporates pointers from a range of business topics from management and leadership, to technology and communications guidance.

It features a range of articles from Daisy executives, including entrepreneur and CEO Matthew Riley (pictured).

Guest contributors include City Sprint chief executive Patrick Gallagher, Poundland founder Steve Smith, and Neil Westwood, who succeeded on BBC television series Dragon’s Den to found Magic Whiteboard.

Daisy Group marketing director Kate O’Brien said: “Small and medium-sized businesses are critical to the UK’s economic growth, and research has shown that the more ‘clued-up’ businesses are, particularly during the first few years of trading, the more likely they are to thrive and grow.

“Daisy has an incredibly broad client base so we are in a perfect position to help businesses get to grips with the issues that can affect them, whether that relates to communications, IT or business management.

The Inside Track can be accessed at: http://www.daisygroupplc.com/resources/inside-track/

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