For many new entrepreneurs, getting their startup off the ground is their ‘big goal’, and the focus
Many businesses will promise the world, but fail to deliver, severing good relationships with clients along to way.
As an entrepreneur there are few things more important to your success than time and knowing how
People who have a “regular” job, no matter what it might be, know exactly when they need
Sometimes it genuinely feels like there aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything done. But,
These days just advertising your brand online is simply not enough to ensure your success. In order
If you ask the typical entrepreneur what they do to relax, most will give you a quizzical
If there’s one thing that can be said about entrepreneurship, it’s this; it’s not for the timid.
When it comes to starting a new company, most entrepreneurs spend the vast majority of their time creating a business plan and putting together all of the different parts needed in order to get their company off the ground, get it running smoothly and, of course, make sure that it becomes profitable as quickly as possible.
In today’s blog we’re going to take a brief look at what a business plan is and, more importantly, why it’s so important to the success of any business big or small. This information might be a little dry but it’s absolutely vital for the long and short-term success of any type of business that you want to start.
There is an interesting phenomenon happening today however in that many new businesses today do not purchase their own domain name but instead use a free email service that is provided by one of the bigger online media companies like Microsoft, Google and Yahoo.
As a small business owner the almighty buck stops with one person. You. The fact is, whether you’re in business at home and work alone or you have a small team of people supporting you, everything falls on your shoulders and your shoulders alone.
If your business is already harnessing the awesome power of social media, there may be ways to
Hundreds of thousands of new businesses will be formed over the coming year. Some will be a great success, but the vast majority will no longer exist in five years time. One of the main reasons why businesses fail lies in the preparation stage.
The name you chose to give your business is one of the first and most important decisions you will make when you first start out. Choose the wrong name and you could be stuck with it. The right name however, will grow with you and be easily recognisable and the corner stone of your brand.