Global Entrepreneurship Week sees hundreds of local events to support new businesses. Here is our pick of the top GEW events for UK women in 2014.
Networking isn’t always easy for introverts, but if you run your own business you will need to face it. Rituals help, here are a few that work for me.
Having worked in fast-paced digital startup companies that include fab.com, Katherine Hedley recently co-founded a new business, www.renewalsdesk.com, set to disrupt the industry behind intellectual property renewals.
The location of your enterprise can determine whether you succeed or fail, so do your research, take your time and make sure it is the right choice.
Franchising is often seen as a way to “go it alone”, but it’s actually a great example of how working together can move everyone forward.
Arriana Huffington led the blogging revolution as founder of the Huffington Post. But a non-stop digital lifestyle took its toll. Thrive is a brilliant antidote and a manual for redefining success and creating a happier life.
A new generation of credit card readers credit can be plugged into any smartphone or tablet. But how secure are those readers and what can retailers do to make sure they are watertight?
When it works collaboration is amazing. Here is how to avoid it going wrong.
Plant the seed of what success looks like in your own mind and your route towards it may just be unstoppable.
The transition to working for herself was a shock to Danielle Worster. The bewildering array of tasks felt overwhelming. Here’s how she made sense of it.
Three successful business women share why working with others at the same stage has helped fuel their growth.
Last week, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella told women that asking for a pay rise is bad karma. Jessica Laporte responds.
Your personal brand is not only what you think it is but it’s also what others perceive it to be.
Starting a new business is hard enough. Avoiding those common start-up mistakes will help you get off to a better start.
What happens when a creative business gets stuck? Mel Hayes shares some strategies that have helped her to unblock and move forward.
How much of your own character development have you taken ownership of and how can you start to take back control?