It’s no overstatement to say Christmas is the most important time of year for businesses. Whether you work in retail, distribution, consulting, or web development, the festive season is a chance to make big gains. There’s a lot of money to be made and, if you can provide a memorable experience, there’s plenty of new customers too.
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A new survey of the UK’s SMEs reveals how business owners across Britain get their workloads, workforces and finances in order ahead of the festive season. In the wake of Black Friday, which is now a four-day shopping frenzy, retailers are in the midst of the most chaotic period in the shopping calendar, as the climactic Christmas countdown gains momentum