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.
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To truly reach her potential, Stacey Jackson needed to build her own business from the ground up.
“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?
Yvonne Bignall and Helen Farmer took the Manifesto for Women in Business to the Festival of Female Entrepreneurs in Bristol. Here is what Bristol women think matters.
Today, Government’s Business is GREAT campaign and BT Business have teamed up to launch the GREAT Faces of British Business competition, to find the most innovative and exciting small and medium sized businesses in Great Britain.
Sarah Green, co-founder of Win That Bid, the UK’s largest bid writing and proposal specialists, shares her story.
After feeling that she’d lost everything Aelita Lori started over and has used new technology to reinvent her business.
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?
It’s a mistake to assume the Russian market is similar to the European one. You need to think about which products and services will work in the Russian market, and which products will be in demand.
Jessica Elliott formed J’s Dance Factory in 2008. Today over 1,000 kids attend classes in 24 schools across four London boroughs.
During the start-up phase it can be difficult to predict what investments will generate a return. It pays to constantly ask yourself: ‘Will this really pay for itself?’
You can’t always work as closely as you’d like with your team. Procedures let you focus on developing the company while giving your team the space to shine.
Women own more that 126 million businesses, but low self-confidence is still holding European and U.S. women back.
Tiffany’s success shows the value of building your business around a high-quality niche market. With every garment designed and manufactured in Britain, it’s also a British manufacturing success story.