Evolving businesses are looking beyond traditional private office space to explore more flexible options. But what’s best, collaborative co-working or working from home?
No more excuses. You could start at least one of these businesses today.
Without the structure and routine of the workplace, it can be hard for even the most diligent self-employed person to remain motivated. Our top tips will help.
Your online shop may look like a vision of aspirational tranquility, but anyone who’s made a success of ecommerce knows there’s a lot more to it.
Home can be a relaxing environment to work from, but when it comes to safety and security you can’t afford to take any chances.
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.
If you are going to be employing remote staff it is important that you get as much out of them as possible. This can be done easily, but it means taking a few important steps.
Periods of over-whelm are part of living a full, creative and compassionate life. Here are some simple steps for overcoming it.
Who doesn’t want a better work life balance? Self-employed people though, can find it even more difficult to know when to stop and sometimes when to start! Here are our top tips for getting the balance right:
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.
I love being able to work from anywhere, and thanks to technology – largely the cloud and online applications – this is becoming increasingly easy.
Women are choosing to work from home due to childcare constraints and the desire to see more of their family, research reveals.
As her business has grown Deb developed the 5 Ps to keep her team on track.
Veering from that comfortable yellow brick road of your career path and going it alone is daunting, especially when what you’re doing is a bit of a risk.