Small firms put IT ahead of tea and biscuits when it comes to cutbacks
Small businesses would rather slash their IT spending than get rid of the office tea and biscuits.
A survey commissioned by electricity supplier Opus Energy found nearly 40% of Britain's small businesses are planning to cut their budgets for advertising and business travel (37%) in order to weather the recession.
The YouGov survey polled over 500 small business owners and managers to discover where they would be cutting back during the current economic downturn.
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