Here’s how to get a venture off the ground with almost no money.
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Wondering how to set-up a business? In most cases, starting a business in the UK is quick, cheap and easy. Follow these 7 steps to set-up your business in a day.
To truly reach her potential, Stacey Jackson needed to build her own business from the ground up.
For women in the UK, the balance is shifting from ‘why start a business’ to ‘why not’? Here are six reasons why it could be time to get going with that idea.
Starting a new business is hard enough. Avoiding those common start-up mistakes will help you get off to a better start.
New technology has driven down the cost of starting a business. It also makes it easier than ever to test out your ideas.
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?’
A chance meeting ripped Jill Stanton out of her comfort zone and created a life she loves – harnessing the power of the web to create a profitable, hands-off and location-independent business.
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.
How the ‘power of the playground’ helped two mums, with no design experience, invent and launch Splats.
Zoe Peden was one of the first people to be offered a place on the Big Venture Challenge’s programme of support, designed to help social entrepreneurs raise external investment
The Rustic Rose revamps vintage & antique furniture with a beautiful ‘shabby chic’ style. Launched 2 years ago, the team have just moved into their own studio.
Startup investment in women-led businesses remains limited. This infographic beautifully illustrates the issues.