Starting a business whilst at uni can be the perfect time to earn extra money and build a business for when you finish. Here’s how Naomi Stevens did it.
Work-life balance can be easier if you use the internet to maximise the time you have.
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.
Alibaba are celebrating female entrepreneurs with some fantastic video case studies – and giving you the chance to win support.
Don’t lose control of your business as post and packaging eats into your time. Have a look online and discover if franking may be a better fit for you.
Find out how you can think big and build your reputation through blogging. And maybe even have your own paradise island one day.
Jean Rasbridge has made it big as a grandmother with an online business. All the family are involved. Here she shares 7 principles which have helped her business grow.
How the ‘power of the playground’ helped two mums, with no design experience, invent and launch Splats.
Technology has launched us into a marketing minefield. Do you need offline? Online? Above the line? Should it cost the earth? Will an online dialler improve customer relations? Should your webpage be CSS, WordPress, self-hosted or custom-built?
There are options for home working which won’t leave you either working 40 hours a week with no sales, or £25 down and in possession of a ‘training guide’ that tells you how to set up your own bogus job adverts.
If you love the idea of starting your own business but don’t have any funding, then bootstrapping is the answer.
The benefits of home-working are huge but have you considered the health and safety hazards?
Etsy is the online marketplace for handmade and vintage goods. Over 800,000 independent creative businesses, in 150 countries, use it as a trading platform and over half of them are earning revenues of over £40,000 a year from Etsy.
Twitter is the source of over 80% of Dark Bunny Tees’ orders. How can you make it work for your business.