After travelling through Bournemouth airport over the last few winters on business (Easyjet do not fly to my destination in the Summer) I can say that for this airport to expand and be taken seriously so that business travelers want to use it - and perhaps airlines may then bring more flights here - then may I make a few suggestions:
Business people do not always want to get to the airport at the last minute - risking travel hassle - and therefore they may like to get to the airport early and do some work using their portable communications devices. What do we find: the cafe outside security opens at only 8:45 so one might want to go through security, but no, one has to wait until 9:15 (when check in opens; even though lots of people travel light and print their own boarding passes these days and do not use the check ins).
So although the secure side cafe opens at 8:30 and the duty free opens at 08:00 you cannot get to them.
When you arrive back into Bournemouth there is a pleasant surprise as they encourage you to burn off those extra holiday calories making you wander around a long boring serpentine getting to the passport control - everyone complains - but they refuse to change it. This is perfectly OK if you are coming back from your yearly holiday - but if you do it every week on business its a waste of valuable time, and an aggravation.
One good aspect of the drop off arrangements do favour business people in that it costs £2.50 just to drop someone off and they ensure this by trapping you with bollards down the middle of the road to stop you turning around once you turn into the airport road - a nice touch that. Business people will be claiming this back from their companies, or arriving by hire car (more portacabins) Taxi - but tough luck on holidaymakers.
Of course if Bournemouth's long term plans are to stay a little local airport dealing with a few tourists then please ignore me (as you have done over the last few years).