What keeps you awake at night?

IN these difficult times of uncertainty and worry, Peterborough business people have a lot on their minds.

But by sharing your fears and concerns you might find the answers to your problems.

The idea of this page is that you share your troubles in the comment sections below. Advisors, consultants and solution-providers can then contact you with their help and suggestions.

Why don’t you give it a go? Apart from your cool, your credibility and your reputation, what have you got to lose? Oh yes, your company…

7 Comments on "What keeps you awake at night?"

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  4. Jane Althorpe | 17th September 2009 at 9:56 pm |

    I have just set up a new company and we have 20 employment opportunities that we cannot fill. Where are all these people who have been made redundant? We are based in St Neots just 25 minutes from Peterborough. We are looking to recruit an elite team of sales consultants, we pay a basic wage and an excellent commission structure in a recession proof business. If anyone is looking for or knows someone looking for a new sales opportunity with good rewards please e-mail me jane@emergingearth.com for more information.

  5. Alison Wainscott | 19th June 2009 at 8:37 am |

    How I’m going to choose which of my staff will need to go onto shorter hours.

  6. Paul Fraines | 16th April 2009 at 10:59 am |

    Since the value of my business fell I’ve found it much harder to get access to money. This has further reduced the value of my business and put me in a bit of a downward spiral. I know the banks were handing out money too easily but then they went the other way and now companies like me are struggling.

  7. Carl Frenton | 14th April 2009 at 9:07 pm |

    I wish my damned customers would pay up quicker.

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