What does success mean to you? At first glance for many people it does mean making money, lots of it. But for most of us, making money is just one measure of success.
Theft of company goods, financial fraud, even petty thieving can be an existential threat to a business. If your goods or revenues are being eaten into inexplicably, what should you do?
The UK’s most up-and-coming property areas and the tell-tale signs an area is set to take off.
Kirsty Mac is a woman after our own heart. She loves technology and beautiful stationery and she has developed a range of products that bring them together.
How three women managed their fears to make it with their own business.
No more excuses. You could start at least one of these businesses today.
Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) is the annual celebration of all things enterprising. This year it is on November 16-22. There are events happening all over the UK (and indeed the globe). Here are our top picks for women.
In just 10 years the internet has transformed our economy. In the next 10 it’s set to move from behind screens to control almost every element of our lives. It is the next industrial revolution and women need to be at the heart of it.
Although the market is ripe and the competitive advantages are high, ecommerce sites launch and crash all of the time. Here is what not to do…
The ‘Sapphire’ women’s business network has been launched to deliver much more than your standard business networking group for women in Hertfordshire.
If you are not achieving your business goals, then chances are you are not asking for what you want often enough.
Creative thinking is essential when you need to push your business forward. Here’s how to unleash your brain from routine thinking.
Can-do hobbies, food, hair & beauty, and consultancy were among the most popular business ideas across the UK during 2014. Cobweb research lists the top 20 ideas.
An article celebrating the rise of the female entrepreneur, written by Emma Jones, founder of Enterprise Nation