We’ve rounded up some of the factors impacting small business in 2020. From the environment to influencers, the challenges and opportunities SMBs face are varied and exciting. We hope this article shows you the possibilities to help your customers do business in a new decade.
A huge proportion of businesses today are small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). More are being established every single day, as people decide to pursue their entrepreneurial ambitions. But how can you make the most of this huge market?
As part of our series of ‘Meet the Team’ blogs, this week we’re sitting down with Ryan Collins-Thomas, Business Development Manager and founder of BaseKit’s inaugural bowling league.
When it comes to working with small business customers, your growth and theirs are very closely intertwined. This may sound simple, but there’s much more
As part of our new series of ‘Meet the Team’ blogs, this month we’re talking to Laura Halliday, one of our lovely Account Managers.
At the start of this year, BaseKit changed to a new way of working, using the OKR framework. This has been challenging and exciting in equal measure, helping us to become the best we can be, and bringing out great work on an individual, team and company level.
Now that most social platforms have a form of ‘business profile’ option, SMB owners can often find themselves wondering if there’s any point in them having a website as well as Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter.
For small businesses, creating a strong web presence is one of the most important things they can do for their business – yet it is also seen as one of the most challenging.
Small and medium businesses (SMBs) now make up around 99% of all EU enterprises, but what really matters to them when it comes to making a website? With 10 years of experience and over 8 million published sites running on BaseKit, we like to think we know a thing or two about this…
BaseKit is proud to announce the launch of it’s integration with Plesk; an innovative, global web hosting platform.