Sam Lawton
- 24 May 2017

10 Twitter profiles to follow for SME advice and inspiration

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Joining the Twitter Conversation

Twitter can be a great tool to communicate, network, learn, delve deeper into your industry and read the latest news. In addition, within our office, we use our Twitter Profiles as the first point of call for breaking news, trending updates and most importantly, the trailer for the new season of Game of Thrones.
However, it’s important to make the most out of social media. Connect with the right people. Furthermore, you should always look to network with and receive advice from someone above you, often more experienced & well renowned.
Start to build up a valuable Twitter network.
It’s not just your followers you should be interested in. It’s who you’re following.
Therefore, we’ve presented 10 of our favourite, inspiring Twitter Profiles you should be following for inspirational, innovative tips to grow your small business and startup successfully.
Consisting of topics such as:

  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Energy
  • Technology
  • Growth
  • And many more. The network is endless.

Our 10 favourite Twitter Profiles

1. @MicrosoftSB — Microsoft UK SMB — 27K followers
Their aim is to provide small & mid-market advice to innovate and make the most out of technology.

2. @CBItweets — The CBI — 47.9k Followers
Follow CBI for economical insights and data. Furthermore, you’ll learn how other businesses react to new policies and regulations.

3. @Makeitcheaper – Bionic — 4.7k followers
The renowned Business Services Consultants, regularly update their blog, providing new and innovative ways to manage your business, grow and control your finances. Make It Cheaper has changed its name to Bionic.

4. @adamjayc – Adam Connell — 23k followers
Founder of the Blogging Wizard. Adam provides entrepreneurial advice on marketing, networking and business growth.

5. @landlordlowdown – Landlord Lowdown — 7k followers
They’ll provide quick, knowledgeable insights into the property market. Perfect if you’re looking to start a small property portfolio.

6. @experianexperts — Experian Experts UK — 28k followers
The financial experts will provide advice on how to maintain your credit score & how to manage your business expenses efficiently.

7. @switchmybusiness — Switch my Business — 5k followers
The energy consultants often update their blog with energy market news, breaking news weekly reviews and tips to save on your monthly bills.

8. @guardiansmallbiz — The Guardian — 41k followers
The newspaper has created an online network of small and mid-market business owners, providing insightful articles and advice to sustainably grow.

9. @smallbusiness — Small Business — 37k followers
It’s in the name. One of the main profiles for small business news and techniques to grow your business.

10. @The_iod — Institute of Directors — 49k followers
Follower the IOD for advice from some of the UK’s most recognised business leaders. The IOD is the largest membership organisation for Company Directors.

For Crown Gas & Power’s updates

These are our 10 favourite Twitter profiles, to keep up to dates with more news from Crown Gas & Power, follow us on Twitter @Crowngaspower, for energy saving updates, gas industry news & our teams’ charity work.
Crown Gas & Power are a gas supplier to the commercial world. For more information about our supply & connection services get in touch with our team on 0161 762 7744.

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