Collaborative working is rising in popularity in the UK, both within businesses and as a way for two or more businesses to pool expertise and resources. The expansion of cloud-based technology, making it easier for colleagues to work on shared projects, is one of many reason for this growth.
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Here at Basepoint Business Centres we have launched MiBase, a free 24/7 business support service for all start-ups and SMEs based within our centres.
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Team Building Team-building activities have really caught on over recent years and can be especially valuable for small companies. Enabling colleagues to get to know each other and build rewarding work relationships out of the work environment. Some types of team-building are of course closely related to your work. This could include booking a hall or meeting room and hiring a speaker on a related topic, or taking part in a training session or problem-solving workshop where you face the types of scenario you might have to cope with in real life. Many companies choose activities which are less closely related to the working day, but still foster skills such as independent thinking, leadership and working closely with colleagues. Well-known options include rock climbing, canoeing and driving go-karts, but there are also more unusual ideas to choose from such as: