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Fri, Aug

Adman Vanovitch,
MD, W&CO Displays and Signs
http://www.w-co.co.uk

What’s having the greatest impact on your business at the moment?
Staff leave as we’ve had two ladies off on maternity at the same time, sickness, holiday, compassionate leave and even jury service recently. I find that temporary staff simply do not fill the void. Customers and quality take precedence over other aspects of the business so internal issues can be on the back burner for much longer than I would like.

Martin Shipp,
Group Operations and Production Director, The Delta Group
http://www.thedeltagroup.co.uk

What’s having the greatest impact on your business at the moment?

The need to meet narrow lead-times. In this fast-paced market we’re in, efficiency matters. We have to ensure workflows and processes are watertight. This will have significant impact on a clients’ bottom line, so it’s vital get right. We know that time is important to our clients it’s a challenge that we’re always happy to step up to. Having the flexibility and capability within our workforce and technology enables us to adapt with the client as the market evolves. 

What’s having the greatest impact on your business at the moment?

Fortuity and opportunity. Summer is usually quiet and when members of staff take their main holidays, but saying that, we have achieved double the projected turnover over the period. 

Nyssan Deeb,
Managing director, GP Digital
http://www.gpdigital.ie

What’s having the greatest impact on your business at the moment?

We don’t have one singular thing that’s having an impact; it’s a combination of everything.  We are constantly evolving and learning new things every day. We wear a few different hats in here, all equally important. So I suppose just managing the day-to-day operations in hand with pushing growth in the areas we want, and not letting the ball drop in between! 

What’s having the greatest impact on your business at the moment? 
The end of a financial year and the start of another always drums up a vast amount of office branding projects as companies look to spend their allowance on their spaces.