No business planned for a rolling global lockdown, yet that is exactly what we are currently facing. In the coming weeks and months, many of us will face staff shortages, office closures and abrupt moves to remote working, on top of a reduction in sales. Very quickly, we will need to identify ways to reduce overhead costs to ensure our finances can sustain our businesses through this difficult time.
As a new tenant in a commercial property there are a few things you should know about your utilities so you don’t end up on unnecessarily expensive rates. This article will help you navigate the perils of the energy market like a pro so you’re able to focus on what’s important – your business!
OFGEM recently announced a strategic review of how the energy market works for microbusinesses. The review will explore whether micro businesses are being abused by some energy brokers and suppliers – something they have been accused of doing in the past.
Getting an energy bill that’s higher than you expect, or that you simply don’t understand, can be a nasty shock. Worse still, having to pay it can affect your cash flow and profit, and have a negative impact on your reputation.