Growth in a weakened economy
Thursday 27 September 2012
As the Bank of England announce the slightly, and I mean slightly, good news that the economy is on the right track in the form of inflation easing from 2.6% to 2.5% in August; BCL Archive Services is undertaking a phase of landmark growth.
Even household brands such as HMV, JJB, and Woolworths, who were once expanding and making vast amounts of profit, have succumbed to the difficult times we are now faced with. The finger of blame points directly to the irresponsible actions of banks across the country and the world, however blame is irrelevant and retrospective actions become more imperative as businesses are failing to cope with the added pressures.
Whilst the country implodes and ministers argue about what is the right way to improve the current situation, BCL Archive Solutions has been steadily growing. A company which started at the beginning of the recession had little hope of success; however, BCL Archive Solutions has just nearly doubled its capacity for archive storage. Growth is a difficult task altogether; but BCL Archive Solutions seems to have achieved the unachievable and is expanding.
The reason for this success is hard to pinpoint. One reason may be due to an increase in the need for archiving due to the economy. As companies struggle and downsize, less room is available for paperwork and secure, off-site storage is needed. So the reason for some people's failure may have just contributed to our success. This mixed with hard work and determination is a perfect recipe for growth in a weakened economy.
Article by: Piers Halley