At the right time and in the right way, a credit card could help squeeze your business through a cashflow crisis or blip. But think it through and proceed with caution.
Not every entrepreneurial venture ends in financial success. An Individual Voluntary Arrangement can enable you to keep trading and hold on to control of your assets.
Cybersecurity is one of the fastest growing industries in the world today. It should be an attractive option for anyone looking to start or accelerate a future-focused career. But women make up just 11% of the workforce.
You don’t need to spend a fortune to brand your beauty products. Here are some creative ideas to elevate your impact.
Transport, parking, cost and image are just some of the factors to take into account when you’re looking around for office space.
How to prepare a high-quality plan using a number of easy-to-follow steps. You can also download our free Business Plan template.
Subscription box businesses have taken off and are set for greater growth. Here are six essential steps to set-up your own subscription box service.
Your legal structure has implications for your finances, tax and even what you put on your website. This short guide will give you a snap shot of the two most common options and how they affect your tax, legal and financial responsibilities.
No more excuses. You could start at least one of these businesses today.
Cashflow forecasting is essential for any business. It’s very simple, so don’t be daunted. Just download our template and follow this great tutorial.
Leaders are made not born. If you find yourself thrust into a leadership position, what can you do to mobilise your own leadership skills?
Nurturing a remote workforce brings its own set of challenges in ensuring that employees feel trusted, valued and part of the wider company culture.
Whether you are trained, experienced or a happy amateur with a flair for fashion, there are lots of inspiring stories of others who have succeeded in setting up a successful independent label.
Women founded startups in the UK receive just 12.8% of total funding. While on average per round of funding, men receive 45% more (£2,603,140) than women (£1,796,296).