Scaling a business, from startup to small business, is a risky endeavour. But if you do it carefully, while being mindful of the key areas that will affect your growth, success is much more likely.
It is a myth that a one-person business is just giving yourself a job. Growing numbers of people operate businesses with no employees, that are fast-growing and successful.
Getting those first appointments right can be critical. Here is what to avoid.
Your surroundings have a larger impact on your work and business than you imagine. It’s all to do with your professional image.
Here are some of the key things you need to consider to protect your game changing business.
How you will know that it’s time to evolve your business and yourself.
I’d like to manage to grow my business without having to take a loan or investment. But if I really need it, I’m certain I’m doing all I can to be in good shape for credit. Can you say the same? Here is what you can do to improve your prospects:
We invited some successful female startups to share their insights on how to attract new talent and grow your team.
How to turn business travel from guilt-trip into something to look forward to.
If you make wrong assumptions about why a prospect is not buying from you, you will waste time and money trying to solve the wrong problem. But identifying the problem is not always easy.
Understanding how the world is changing in 2015 will make all the difference to your export plan.
Hiring is top of the agenda for female entrepreneurs in 2015.
“I don’t know what to do next?” It could be taking the decision to grow your business or remain the same size, or to recruit another key member of staff or wait another six months. When you get to these key decisions –what do you do?
Female entrepreneurs are a growing force. Sue Stockdale has written several books about the phenomenon. Here is her sum-up of the strengths and reality of being a woman entrepreneur today.