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bCentral January 2006  

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Happy New Year!

It's 2006 and time to plan for the 12 months ahead. To make sure that you're off to a flying start in January we have expert advice for you, including sprucing up your website and giving your staff a big boost after the festive break.

New year, new website New year, new website
Do you have your own website? How about improving it in 2006 - by obtaining help from a professional? Find out what actions you can take, from preparing the brief to finding a developer.

Pile on the pounds Pile on the pounds
Every business has cash flow issues to think about, so what is the best way to borrow money? Find out the ways you can get business capital. Read more.

Here's to good health in 2006 Here's to good health in 2006
How well do you know your responsibilies for Health, Safety and the Environment (HSE)? Find out how to create and operate an HSE policy, and more, on MSN.

Hit the ground running in January Hit the ground running in January
Post-Christmas and the January blues may be setting in. So how do you get your staff back on track? Here are straightforward steps to ensure that you get more out of your people.

Office tip
January's software tip
Here's how to deal with a bulging email inbox. Firstly, leave messages in your inbox until you've acted on them, then file them. Issues requiring time to act on should be filed in another area. Finally, drag items you need to act on to your Tasks folder. More tips >>

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