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Business Tips & Advice
Entrepreneurship is not for everyone, and is definitely not for the faint of heart, but aspiring entrepreneurs who possess these five characteristics are off to a good start!
In this video tutorial, Deren Stevens, Founder and Director of UK-based marketing agency Marketing Empire, provides handy advice on how to successfully pitch your products to retailers for a big launch.
Sometimes when you're hiring for a startup the standard interview questions just won’t cut it. Why not ask them something unexpected, which is more unlikely to get a pre-prepared response?
Sourcing childcare for six weeks straight can be a tall order, especially when you’re running your own business. Three parent-entrepreneurs share their insights for making it work.
Getting coverage for your business in the local, regional or even national press can boost sales, generate buzz around what you’re doing and save you a fortune on marketing. But grabbing the attention of a busy journalist isn’t easy, so make sure you up your game with these essential tips.
Why do some businesses take off like a rocket whilst seemingly brilliant ideas fall by the wayside? Here are four things that successful start-ups have in common.
Struggling to focus? Staring blankly at your to do list for hours on end? Know exactly what your friends' friends/kids/dogs are up to on Facebook? Check out the snappy productivity advice from Anna Vital on this great little infographic.
Does your business idea need to be run locally? Or could you build it up from anywhere in the world? If the answer is the latter, you may be able to take the pressure off and make your start-up funds stretch much further by setting it up in a far-flung part of the world.
Hiring the right people can make or break a small company, but in a small team, a person’s attitude, approach and natural strengths can be as, if not more, important than their CV. Nowhere is this more apparent than when interviewing applicants who are just entering the job market.