Business

The book on marketing that makes all of the others make sense

The book on marketing that makes all of the others make sense

  By Rachel Myles The no jargon, straight talking book ‘Watertight Marketing’, by author, speaker and consultant, Bryony Thomas, is aimed at helping small business owners to stop making mistakes and start making more profits. It is split into 4 parts that expose mistakes you might be making in your business and explains how to more »

You can get by with a little help from the web

You can get by with a little help from the web

  Making better use of your time online can help get your new business started.            By Camila Penha Most people would be amazed if they added up the amount of time they spend every day on Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp, Instagram, Snapchat and so on. The internet has taken over our lives in a way some more »

Meet new British luxury leather handbag entrepreneur

Meet new British luxury leather handbag entrepreneur

  By Rachel Myles Mary Jardine is a confident and ambitious woman with a drive for life that anyone would admire. Being both a loving mother and a creative business-woman, she possesses both logic and emotion to be deemed as increasingly successful in almost every-way. Mary’s designer handbag company, Jardine of London, started in 2014 more »

Entrepreneur opens first Italian gynaecological clinic in London

Entrepreneur opens first Italian gynaecological clinic in London

  By Paola De Pascali Finding the right balance between work and life represents a big challenge for every entrepreneur, but is the hard grind worth it? I spoke with Giorgia Bacco, founder of DottoreLondon – the first Italian gynaecological clinic in London, to hear her experiences of setting up a start-up in London, what more »

3 Things every start up needs

3 Things every start up needs

  By Paola De Pascali Making the transition and starting a new business in this economy may be tough, but with proper planning you can make it a lot easier on yourself. Before launching any product into a developed market, you need to fully understand the market, choose the right brand and do your research. more »

5 essentials for starting a successful restaurant

5 essentials for starting a successful restaurant

  By Maciej Lesiewicz Hospitality is an industry that knows no crisis and continues to grow, providing fertile soil and a lot of opportunities for aspiring entrepreneurs who want to start a business in this area. According to the British Hospitality Association, this industry has created more than 330,000 new jobs in the UK since more »

Could your business idea survive Brexit?

Could your business idea survive Brexit?

  By Paola De Pascali What would happen if Britain left the EU? This argument is not just a political matter; it has economic importance as well. Brexit could affect the UK economy, including Small and Medium Enterprises which could meet red tape barriers in the form of taxation and regulations. I spoke with Stefano more »

From redundancy to crime entrepreneur: A case study WITH EXCLUSIVE GIVEAWAY FROM AMWAY

From redundancy to crime entrepreneur: A case study WITH EXCLUSIVE GIVEAWAY FROM AMWAY

  By Lisa Charles From the Amway Global Entrepreneurship Report for Global Entrepreneurship Week 2015 Joel Griggs (47), like many others saw the benefits of entrepreneurship after being made redundant and receiving a small redundancy package. It was Joel’s dream to follow his passion and make it into a successful business, but the reality he more »

Haringey Adult Learning Service driving support for entrepreneurship

Haringey Adult Learning Service driving support for entrepreneurship

  Anthony Charles had a quick chat with Head of Service for Haringey Adult Learning Service, Simon Beer about their Global Entrepreneurship Make It Happen event. Where did the idea come from for the make it happen promotion? At the beginning of training we develop a learning plan with our learners and as part of more »

What’s the optimal age to become an entrepreneur?

What’s the optimal age to become an entrepreneur?

  By Lisa Charles 56% of Brits are ready to become an entrepreneur at 45 8 in 10 want to give up their day job 49% of us have little or no interest in our careers and 41% can image becoming an entrepreneur 9 in 10 want to simply enjoy life (87%) and see entrepreneurialism more »