We set up the Knowledge Hub in 2015 as a resource for small business owners, covering everything they could need to know about running a UK SME. The Knowledge Hub has grown rapidly since, and now boasts over 700 articles and has over 40,000 unique visitors each month.
Many of the articles which we publish come from industry experts and successful business owners across the UK. Articles we’ve published from guest writers include topical pieces such as ', to evergreen pieces such as ' .
We encourage you to get in touch with us if you think you could provide our readers with unique, advice-led content that could bring genuine insight and value to business owners. We require content to be written in plain English and are only open to accepting content which is non-promotional and unbiased.
What our contributors say about us
We work with some of the top marketing and PR companies in the UK, along with working directly with business owners and industry experts. Here's what they have to say about us:
"The Knowledge Hub is a growing resource of informative articles for business owners, covering a wide basis of topics from employee health and wellbeing, marketing, to tax and finance, and digital transformation and security. My clients and I have found working with The Knowledge Hub team a pleasure, they’re great communicators and contributed articles are always published quickly."
Amy Cutter, Senior PR Consultant, Screaming Frog
"The Knowledge Hub is an invaluable resource for small business owners. As a team of young creatives, it's fantastic to have the opportunity to share our expertise in a supportive community and contribute to the knowledge growth of SME owners nationwide. The depth of knowledge and specialisms is vast and content is published to the highest standard in a timely manner. In short, it is a pleasure to be a part of."
Victoria Attwood, Marketing Executive, Cedarwood Digital Ltd
Popular content contributions
Here are some recent examples of successful guest contributions:
1. How to Promote Your Business Offline
This article is a contribution from Andrew Dark, a printwear and branding specialist, and clearly outlines four ways SME owners can leverage offline marketing methods to promote their business.
2. Brexit Uncertainty: Preparing Your Business
Gianluca Bisceglie, CEO of Visyond, explores the steps UK business owners can take in the face of further Brexit uncertainty, such as assessing opportunities and risks, why it may be prudent to secure a safety net of funding, and how to bridge potential skills gaps.
3. Selling an Online Business
In this guide, Bizdaq CEO Sean Mallon talks small business owners through the entire process of selling an online business from preparation and valuation through to the importance of a post-sale transition period.
If you'd like to contribute an article to the Knowledge Hub please email email@example.com to discuss title ideas and next steps.