Micro, Small, and Medium-sized Enterprises Day is an opportunity to raise awareness of the tremendous contributions these organisations make to society.
MSMEs account for 90% of businesses, 60 to 70% of employment and 50% of GDP worldwide. As the backbone of communities everywhere, they contribute to local and national economies, sustain livelihoods, support inclusive growth and combat inequalities.
Right now, these businesses need support more than ever as they continue to navigate rising costs, conflicts and the climate crisis. They are the hardest hit by these challenges, but also play a critical role in helping society build back stronger.
At Vodafone, we know the vital role these organisations play and are committed to helping them not simply survive, but thrive. Through digital opportunities we can support their ambitions, which is why we created V-Hub, a support platform for small and medium-sized businesses that offers access to digital expertise, one-to-one consultancy and an online knowledge centre.
Available in 14 markets across Europe and Africa, our V-Hub team stays on top of the latest tech trends and innovations, so you don’t have to. For MSME day, we’re sharing a short content series from the team behind V-Hub by Vodafone to help you and your business navigate the cost-of-living crisis.
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There are lots of small changes you can make to help your business adapt during tricky times.
Here, we share tips from the V-Hub team on how you can ensure your business remains fighting fit in a crisis.
Have a brilliant business idea, but not sure if it’s the right time to get going? With rising costs and consumers watching their wallets, it can be intimidating to make major business decisions.
These are turbulent economic times. Rising energy costs and price hikes across all consumer goods mean that customers and employees aren’t the only ones feeling the pinch—businesses are too.
In times of crisis, it can be difficult to monitor and support the mental health of your team, particularly with many people now working more remotely or from home. But there are some digital tools that can provide assistance.
Even though the latest economic forecasts indicate the European Union (EU) economy is poised to avoid a recession in 2023, the underlying message remains—expect persistent headwinds.
In today’s interconnected digital landscape, no business or brand is immune to the perils of cyber-attacks and data breaches. The risk to businesses spans from operational disruption or reputational damage to financial loss or even closure.
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