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.
Competing on price is usually a short-term strategy at best. Paradoxically it can be a safer bet to aim for a price position that is ‘reassuringly expensive’. Over time, who knows, you could be the next must-have luxury brand.
A beautiful work environment will make your business stand out to clients and potential staff. If you’re in a position to take that step then read on.
Find the ideal venue for your strategy retreat – rural, contained and cosy. Ditch wifi and phones. Then follow our tips for the perfect strategic getaway.
If your company is more than 20 people a staff conference could be the way to build the team spirit you’ll need to grow.
Smarter use of IT really can transform your life and your business. Start here to push down costs and time and push up your growth potential.
How do you get your product into the hands of a big customer? Exhibitions can help, but they are costly. Our tips will help you squeeze top value from exhibition opportunities.
Here are three successful companies that have made the move to America – as well as a little bit about what you can learn from them.
You’ve moved beyond working for yourself to having money that can work for you too. So how do you make the most of it?
Every business needs tech support. And technical skills on their own are not enough. Here are five attributes you need to look out for when you take on a techie.
While our future under Brexit remains uncertain getting to grips with international trade is more important than ever.
Self-made female entrepreneurs are the fastest-growing group of millionaires in the UK. Read the stories and watch the video clips of Michelle Mone, JK Rowling and Hilary Devey for an instant dose of inspiration.
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.
Getting those first appointments right can be critical. Here is what to avoid.