The Growth Story provides case studies of nine women entrepreneurs from UK and North America who have all used different strategies for business growth.
Keeping the day job, while you build your businesses on the side, can make sense. But it’s not easy. Anne Day shares her experience and advice.
A major change in life plans forced Katie Day to take time out to reinvent herself and rebrand her business, aged 54.
Do you trust your staff? Enough to let them know everything about the business, even to set their own salaries? Paulina Sygulska does. She shares her experience in this article.
Patience, passion and perseverance are universal virtues for anyone who wants to make ‘something out of nothing.’ If your strategy doesn’t work, then you have to find new ways to reinvent yourself or your business.
StartUp Loans’ milestone muse, Melissa Mailer-Yates, tells us about her business journey so far and how she found the StartUp Loans process.
If you’re considering working alongside your studies, here are a few pointers to consider before launching into a career as a student entrepreneur.
Don’t listen to people who say that university’s a waste of time if you want to run your own business. The gap between business skills and higher education is closing. Lianne Wilkinson shares her experience and tips.
It’s now a lot easier than you may think to take even the smallest business global.
You’re never to old to start a business. Why retire when work could be fulfilling and fun.
The founders of notonthehighstreet.com took their idea from the kitchen table to a £44 million turnover in 6 years. They share what they’ve learned, warts and all.
British Asian businesses are highly entrepreneurial, but new research says Asian women feel their culture is holding them back.
The dress code is back and spreading it’s bland tentacles into businesses everywhere. But do start-ups and small businesses really need to follow?
If you want to grow your business there will come a time when you need to employ. HR consultant Helen Jamieson shares her top tips about what to look out for.
Do what you do best and outsource the rest. Here is how.
Dressing well can boost your confidence and your career and business prospects.
The right to request flexible working hours is no longer reserved for parents and carers in UK workplaces. There are huge benefits if organisations get it right.
Legally, you’re not self-employed if you have your own limited company. This useful guide will keep you on the right side of the employment rules you need to follow.
There are alternatives to taking on an employee. You need to weigh up what’s the best fit for your working style and your business ambitions.
Do you want to grow your business? Read this practical guide to key growth factors and download or connect to some excellent tools to put your plans into action.