Business

You'll find things about running a UK limited company and the associated accounting, tax & legal requirements

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What’s the cheapest way to get a landline?

Posted on the 13th November on the Dial 9 blog

Dial 9’s call forwarding service is easily the cheapest way to get a landline for your business. For just £5/month, you can choose a free 01, 02, 0330 or 0800 telephone number and receive 60 inclusive minutes every month for free.

Five must‑haves for small businesses

Posted on the 26th September on the Dial 9 blog

Irrespective of the industry you’re in, no matter what your business aspirations may be, starting out can be a nerve-wracking experience filled with as many challenges as there are opportunities. By thinking ahead and spending time planning the essentials your business venture will be off to a solid and stress-free start.

How to divert calls from landline to mobile

Posted on the 3rd September on the Dial 9 blog

A landline number goes a long way in presenting your business as reliable and accessible. Diverting calls from a landline to your mobile is cheaper than you might think.

aTech Media & the GDPR

Posted on the 24th April on the aTech Media blog

As you will no doubt be aware, a new set of data protection regulations known as the GDPR will be arriving on the 25th May. These regulations are wide reaching...

Choosing the right number for your business

Posted in August 2017 on the Dial 9 blog

Whether you're just starting your business, introducing a new product or brand, or even just changing numbers, it's always important to ensure you choose a number that suits you. In...

Growing a small business

Posted in July 2017 on the Dial 9 blog

Ask any small business owner and they’ll tell you that running a small business is anything but small. It takes dedication and lots of hard work to get off the...

Paying invoices on time is not optional

Posted in December 2015 on the aTech Media blog

Whenever we work on projects for clients, we often complete the work, raise an invoice and then give them 14 days to pay. Pretty standard. However, the attitude of some...