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Being an entrepreneur or a manager can undoubtedly be stressful. Big-pressure decisions are bound to take their toll and if stress is not handled correctly then there can be long-lasting ramifications to your mental and physical well-being. Indeed, around a third of people from a 2021 poll reported experiencing burnout “very often or always”.

Financial pressures can, of course, exacerbate that feeling of stress, but one thing that should not play on your mind as a businessperson is the idea that taking out small business loans has to be a negative or that you have given up. Doing so means you are exploring the possibilities of investing in your business and have seen the opportunities to grow. So, can short-term business loans help your business?


To cash in on an opportunity, sometimes you need…well cash. As an entrepreneur, chances to head abroad to network and strike business deals or attend key meetings may come up at the very last minute.

Alternatively, perhaps you have reached a stage of growth with your business where things are feeling a little crowded with people and products and you need to explore moving to a new location, or maybe your current workspace is overwhelmed at peak times and it is time to find a bigger space.


Every business, whether a long-term global major player or a new start-up, needs to be effective when it comes to spreading the word to new audiences and customers, so why not consider getting a short-term loan to expand on marketing strategies.

The way to market businesses and products has evolved vastly in the digital age and there are several ways to get the message out there.

The use of social media has been the biggest change in recent years. Almost 90 percent of consumers will buy from a brand they follow on social media. This trend makes it vital to have your digital marking strategy in place to maximise your search engine optimisation (SEO) value, social media lead generation, and performance marketing.

That is not to say older methods should be cast aside. For instance, an e-mail marketing strategy is still extremely useful to catch the eye of consumers’ inboxes and browsers. And ensure your SEO strategy is nailed. Anyone who has a laptop or smart mobile phone; uses search engines, make sure the right keywords are increasing your chances of visibility when those terms are being searched on the internet.


Every company needs to train its staff and often internal training will be conducted to try and keep costs down. Depending on what sort of training needs to be provided, perhaps the session would be run by someone in the HR department or for a more technological demonstration it might be that the IT team has it covered.

You may have an in-depth training program for new starters but there are perils to such methods. Keeping things in-house means it is easier to stagnate and get stuck into a routine of doing things how they have always been done, which may impact your business long term. In an ever-changing technological world, industries are constantly evolving and a failure to move with the times may make your brand appear old-fashioned or outdated compared to rivals.

Instead, it could be beneficial to think about investing in external training sessions, which can help avoid such pitfalls. Fresh ideas from the outside may have a huge impact on the day-to-day running of your company. Moreover, it provides the chance to learn from experts in the same field and helps to expunge the idea that keeping things traditional is the only way to operate.

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