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Small businesses are still struggling to get bank finance despite Government assurances that banks would be forced to start lending again to help get small to medium enterprises back on their feet. With the constant scare stories about spiralling business energy costs, this will be a perilous time for many businesses...
Saving money on essential overheads such as energy has always been an important issue for business, no more so than now! The current climate has created an environment where customers are coming to the market to review their business electricity and gas costs. When considering your company's position with its current supplier there are some important questions that have to be asked...
Energy Advice Line has been working with LexisClick Online Marketing for nearly 2 years now to ensure that businesses are aware of the savings that can be made to their business electricity and business gas bills. In those 2 years visit to the site have increased from just over 700 visits per month too over 2000...
There is a potential risk that a number of business sectors will start to feel the affect of a slow-down in customer spending on the high street...
Helping businesses cut costs! At a time when businesses in the UK face the very harsh reality of an economic recession...
Too often all we hear in the newspapers is bad news as that's apparently what sells but don't tell Susan Boyle or Jamie Pugh that (Britain's got Talent)...
With an increased level of competition in every marketplace, businesses have to be on their toes and always looking for additional ways to improve their competitive edge...
At Energy Advice Line we have a number of clients every day that come to us for advice on business electricity and business gas prices...
As a leading price comparison service, the Energy Advice Line (EAL) has helped 1000's of businesses save money on their electricity and gas costs...
If you're a business, when it comes to monitoring your overheads, it pays to check the small print very carefully if you are reviewing your business energy contracts whether that's business electricity or business gas. Some companies are happy to put this to a third party broker and so it pays to be aware of a few pitfalls and ask the right questions first...
Energy Advice Line (EAL) have tailored themselves as consumer champions of the business energy market, believing that everyone should be entitled to clear, trustworthy and impartial advice about their business utility bills...
Electricity 4 Business (E4B) was placed into administration on Wednesday 22nd October 2008. Electricity 4 Business (E4B) customers need to review their options now and agree a new fixed price energy contract at the earliest possible opportunity to avoid the potential of being put on higher out of contract rates with a default supplier nominated by the UK's gas and electricity regulator OFGEM...
HSmall and medium sized businesses in the UK must be wary of the assumptive renewal tactics employed by business electric and suppliers in the UK warns the Energy Advice Line. Unfortunatley for the majority of SME business energy consumers assumptive renewal is common place when the client is coming to the end of a fixed term contract period...
Small and medium sized businesses in the UK are being subjected to an increased number of unsolicited cold calls from Energy sales agents or suppliers! This old fashioned sales tactic uses misleading information and tries to pressurize the customer into accepting a contract over the phone usually on very high prices...
Energywatch, the UK's gas and electricity watchdog is warning customers to beware of win-back phone calls from British Gas Business. Julian Morgan, Commercial Director at the Energy Advice Line explains "the win-back tactic from British Gas is putting the client in a very difficult position as they have usually already formed a binding contract with another supplier...
With electricity and gas price rises very much a focus of attention at present, small and medium-sized businesses need to know what options and alternatives are available before they can confidently switch to a new supplier and realise what can be a significant annual saving. The Energy Advice Line is a new online electricity price comparison and switching service dedicated exclusively to the needs of small and medium-sized businesses in the UK
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Say No To Cold Calling

Unfortunately, business energy customers in the UK are bombarded with cold calls on a daily basis. Prices offered are usually more than 20% - 30% above the current retail prices for electricity and gas.


At Energy Advice Line we strongly advise customers not to accept these offers. Join our campaign here, and spread the word to say 'no' to cold calling on business energy.