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TutorCruncher August Newsletter

Here we are at the end of August, a time for many to get back to business after summer vacation. The academic year 2017/18 beckons! In the Northern Hemisphere, students and teachers alike will be preparing to go back to school — some will have alr...

TutorCruncher July Newsletter

As we march onwards into the second half of 2017 at exhilarating speed, let us take a moment to look back on July. For the astrology enthusiasts amongst us, as a month of Cancer and Leo, this is a time of year for the passionate, imaginative, and ...

The 21st Century Workplace

The employment status of individuals in the workplace can be a confusing world with important implications to consider. To go along with those who found jobs with businesses (employed) and those who started their own business (independent contract...

Exam Preparation

Invisible ink and UV lights, tiny cameras and earpieces, smartwatches and hollow pens for storing notes — you might be forgiven for thinking this is James Bond’s equipment for his next mission. However, this is in fact how an ever increasing numbe...

Mobile Tutoring Management Software

In 2017, an average smartphone’s performance is approximately 100 million times better than the Apollo guidance computer on board of the Apollo rockets in 1970. Around 75% of people in developed countries own a smartphone and use it regularly.

Hands-on Learning

The Victoria & Albert museum in London recently announced a national schools programme — Design Lab Nation — which aims to revive art and design education in secondary schools. The project will be funded with the museum’s prize money of the Ar...

TutorCruncher April Newsletter

In the UK we are more than familiar with the notion of April showers. For anybody unaware of the saying “April showers bring May flowers”, the thing about this particular type of rain is:

Edtech Software: The Next Chapter Of Reading In Education

One week ago today children once again got to dress up in costumes in honour of World Book Day, collect a £1 book at their local bookstore, and hopefully take away newfound inspiration or motivation to read for pleasure. In its veritable celebrati...

Introducing TC bot

At TutorCruncher, our goal is making running a tutoring company as easy and as profitable as possible. As part of that quest, we are delighted to announce our newest feature: TC bot. Development of this revolutionary new service has been a closely...

Tutoring Company Marketing

The first organic search result will get nearly 33% of clicks. Companies that blog have 434% more indexed pages. 75% of users never scroll past the first page of search results.

VAT And Tutoring Agencies

On 1 April 2017, changes being made to the UK’s VAT Flat Rate Scheme (FRS) will add another category of business to the existing 54 in the scheme. This will result in small businesses with low overhead costs in labour-intensive sectors having to p...

Introducing TutorCruncher Socket

TutorCruncher Socket is live! With TutorCruncher you can now make your company’s website stand out from the crowd. It is simple, powerful, and free to all TutorCruncher users. Socket can move your tutoring business online by displaying your tutors...

The What How And Why Of Setting Up A Tutoring Company

The most common question I’m asked when I tell people that I’m a tutor is ‘But why aren’t you a teacher?’ — a valid question, the answer to which I’m here to explain. Tutoring is often seen as a part-time profession, something you do to bridge gap...

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