We ar e all aware of the volatility of energy prices over the last five years or so.
Most people wrongly think that the best ways to attain good prices for their energy contracts are to seek plenty of prices and to try to buy in bulk. However, if you go into the energy markets at the wrong time,…
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Hi. We've just launched our new water microsite at www.water-efficiency.co.uk. We'll focus on ways that…Continue
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We have now launched our new blog at http://blog.businesscostconsultants.co.uk/
Our energy and utility experts will use this platform as a way to keep you updated on current events that will affect how you manage your energy/utilities. We'll share tips and insight into best practices.
We hope you enjoy our posts and look forward to your comments.
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I was lucky enough to be invited to the first Bee Craft dinner at the Wax Chandler’s Guild recently , where the after dinner speaker was Lord Hattersley. He spoke about his career in both politics and literature.
What particularly caught my attention was the distinction he made between today’s…Continue
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Part One - Understanding your client
Know who you are working for and what their priorities are. Neither is as obvious as it seems and both are critical to continued success. In the lexicon of today, who are your customers and what are they looking for? Lowest cost? Executive appearance? Kerb-side appeal? Productive employees? No union issues? Long term maintenance of fixed assets?
Always think from the point of the user of FM; make sure that you've done…
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