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Cameron Moore

Cameron Moore has been managing industry-leading financial software with Intuit since 2005. For his current position, Moore brings his experience in online and mobile applications to the Intuit UK team as the Product Management Leader for QuickBooks Online. Previously, he led the Consumer offerings for Intuit Canada, including TurboTax, TurboTax Online and Quicken. He has also adapted award-winning products to meet the needs of key global markets, with previous experience working in France, the US and Mexico.

4 Top Tips To Get Paid More As A Freelancer

The freelance life can be great. Without a boss to answer to or an alarm clock disturbing your sleep pattern, if you’re well organised you can find a real life/work balance – one that’s hopefully weighted to the ‘life’ part of the equation. However, one thing all freelancers should think about is gauging how much they should charge for the services they provide and how to go about getting more for...

5 Essential Low-Cost Marketing Ideas For Small Businesses

So, your product is great, the business plan is so sound your bank manager has already booked his triplets into Eton and you’re mentally picking out the colours of that holiday home in the Bahamas you’ve promised to buy yourself as soon as your business makes you stinking rich. Just one problem: you don’t have any customers. Why? Because no one knows you exist yet. As a small business it’s u...

The Rise Of Mumpreneurs, Olderpreneurs And Ninjas

There are a number of labels given to and adopted by business-owners, such as ‘entrepreneur’, ‘olderpreneur’, ‘mumpreneur’ and now even ‘guru’ or ‘ninja’.The news that the word ‘mumpreneur’ has now been entered into the Collins English Dictionary got us thinking about how the terms are used and how businesses themselves feel about them. T...

Are business plans still necessary?

While many would think it impossible to achieve any success without a well thought-out and coherent business plan, others would argue that such rigid frameworks only result in businesses being too cumbersome to react to market changes. I look at both sides of the argument and I’d love to hear what you think. The advantages It provides market research – The best way to work out whether your b...

How to avoid common small-business cashflow problems

Above anything else, cashflow is the lifeblood of a small business. No matter how good your product or service, if you spend more money than you make you’ll fail. Knowing what’s coming in and what’s going out is fundamental to running a successful business. In its recent Three Year Glitch report, Intuit, the company behind QuickBooks accounting software, polled 500 small business owners and sole t...

Should you ever ditch a client?

If you’ve ever struggled with the idea of ditching a client, take comfort in the fact that you aren’t alone. Even if it’s the right decision for your business, it can feel like you’re betraying the values of loyalty and commitment that lie at the heart of your company. There are occasions when it’s necessary, though. The Pareto Principle states that more often than not 80% of sales come from 20% o...

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