CreditHQ’s top 5 blog posts of 2014

With the end of 2014 fast approaching, it’s time for another top list! here’s a round-up of some of the most popular posts written by the CreditHQ team this year, in case you missed them the first time around…

Posts are ranked by number of page views

Tea-Biscuits1Number 1 – Good Downtime

At number one by a mile, this post on Good Downtime from our very own 6’2″ Small Business Man, Martin Campbell, reminding us that scheduling a couple of hours to take a look at the big picture with your colleagues is a good thing – and don’t forget the tea and biscuits!

 

happinessNumber 2 – Happiness is a journey, and so is profit

Another entry from Martin Campbell – very popular! A business should be driven by achieving important work that generates value for others.

What’s more, it might even make you happy.

 

amazoncashmachineNumber 3 – At Amazon, it’s all about cash flow – and what they can get away with…

Martin again! This time writing about Amazon being well known for rapid growth but relatively low profit, encouraging small businesses to think about starting the virtuous circle that Amazon have found – Good cash flow fuelling growth, fuelling good credit, fuelling good cash flow.

 

NumbKeep calm and enjoy your time offer 4 – The importance of taking the bank holiday off

First entry from our Head of Product Rob, wise words, we all followed his advice.

Research shows you’ll perform better at work if you take a break every now and again, so make sure this bank holiday you have the day off and do something non-work related – it works.

 

Numbecustomer-badger 5 – Get to know your customers

Written by our business analyst Carolyn, knowing your customers is so important to the success of your business – you may think you know your customers, but how well do you really know them?

 

Looking forward to lots more blog posts in 2015!

Happy New Year from CreditHQ & Ormsby Street 🙂

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