Business owners, managers, and entrepreneurs are often so preoccupied with the bigger picture that they overlook the smaller issues which occur when you’re running a business. Unfortunately, this can be a costly mistake.
Research suggests that up to 90% of startups fail. For some, failure isn’t a big deal. They’ve tried their hand at running a small business or selling something that they already make as a hobby, but they’ve got another job or trade that brings home the bacon.
Being a sole trader can be fantastic. You can make money for yourself, working flexibly and taking time off when you need to. You can use your skills, talents and previous experience to build up a business from nothing
In this article, we’re going to look at some of the reasons why tech startups don’t always create great products.
It’s a well-known fact that life doesn’t stop at 50, however, so many people feel as though once they hit the big 5-0 they’re no longer allowed to follow their dreams.
Why Your Business Probably Doesn’t Need Office Space Thinking of renting office space for your business? You probably don’t need to. As many companies are starting to realize, it makes more practical sense to do without an office and work from home. There may well be a certain […]
Here are four highly successful female entrepreneurs, and their business philosophies, who can be role models for anyone who wants to make it as an entrepreneur.