Our Story: NoLoGo Chic – Tina Malhamé

Tina was named by the high street guru, George Davies, as the most prolific designer on the High Street. In her career she has designed collections for many stores, Next, Monsoon, Laura Ashley, Anokhi, Daniel Hechter in Paris, Per Una and more. She has won numerous awards for design, including the Christian Lacroix Award for International Linen Design. She More...

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By Gerard Doyle On Monday, October 16th, 2017

You’re free, not to be free as an Entrepreneur

One of the great drawcards to entrepreneurship is the freedom you gain. No more boss, late nights, covering for your manager’s ineptitude and no more 9-5 hours ….right? Unfortunately for many newly minted More...

By editor On Saturday, October 14th, 2017

Have you created a product, service or system that can help entrepreneurs learn a foreign language?

My Entrepreneur Magazine is publishing a series of articles showcasing products, services and systems designed to help business owners learn a foreign language.  The series called Build Your Business by Learning More...

By editor On Thursday, October 12th, 2017

Andy Gent is new contributor at My Entrepreneur Magazine

Andy Gent is CEO of Revector, a global leader in the detection, location and elimination of fraud on mobile networks. Formerly Chief Executive Officer of Paktel, Pakistan’s largest Mobile operator, Gent also held More...

By editor On Thursday, October 12th, 2017

Sebastian Lewis joins My Entrepreneur Magazine’s thought leader team

Sebastian was one of the first entrepreneurs in the UK to online crowdfund his business and continues to be a pioneer in the industry. Prior to founding Mettrr Technologies in 2012, he was an equity derivatives More...

By editor On Tuesday, October 10th, 2017

Lilli Hender: A Guide to Office Space for Start-Ups

You’ve no doubt heard of the mystical offices with slides, ping-pong tables and beer on tap. There is more to an office than its perks however and this is one of the key issues entrepreneurs need to consider early More...

By Martina Mercer On Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

How I Started My Business on £10

When I first began on my entrepreneur journey, my credit was in tatters. Personal circumstances and a failed marriage meant no bank would look at me, and so, to follow my dream, I had to begin with what was in my More...

By Lee Biggins On Tuesday, August 16th, 2016

How to switch off in a culture that’s always on

Remember the days when you’d leave work and not think about it until you were back at your desk the following morning? It probably seems like a distant memory nowadays, or may have never happened at all! Not because More...

By editor On Sunday, July 17th, 2016

which social media network works for you? Take our poll today

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By Lee Biggins On Friday, July 15th, 2016

International Expansion: Taking your Business Global

As global barriers are constantly being broken down through technology and travel, today’s world seems smaller than ever. And as both businesses and workers increasingly look overseas for their next opportunity, More...