Want to know how to start a business with no money? It has never been easier or more affordable to become your own boss. Her is how to get started.
Up-to-date information and advice on how to fund your business start-up or growth. For getting by on a shoestring or cutting costs see the money saving section and for keeping you finance in better order see Managing Money.
A round-up of national, regional and local awards for women in business.
Grants for women in business: our 10 top tips will help you find the grants out there and increase your chance of preparing a winning grant application.
An angel investor may not have wings or a halo but she could make your dream business a reality.
Female entrepreneurship in the UK has been given a welcome boost, with a rise in the number of female business investors.
Designers, makers and entrepreneurs are being challenged to develop the next generation of products, services and technologies that will make a real difference to the 1 in 5 of us living with limiting long term illness or disability in the UK.
StartUp Loans’ milestone muse, Melissa Mailer-Yates, tells us about her business journey so far and how she found the StartUp Loans process.
We don’t need to be big fish, we can make an impact as a shoal.
Paulina shares her extensive knowledge of the funding available to help business growth, without sacrificing equity or compromising your strategy.
Crowdfunding platform finds twice as many women support new business than men. Support network of women holds potential £1bn boost for entrepreneurs
New childcare businesses are being encouraged to apply for grants before the Childcare Business Grants Scheme closes in March 2014.
There are several business angel funds and communities for women entrepreneurs and female investors. Why are they needed, what’s involved and how can you find out more?
Is your business seasonal? Does it have large upfront costs? You need a bank that is truly part of the team. Watch this video case study to see how your bank can make or break your business.
Universal Credit will hammer self-employment. Here is what to expect and what you can do.