The dirty dozen: 12 books every entrepreneur should read

As with most things in life, the more experience you gain, the better you become. But what if you can’t – or don’t want – to put in the required time? Luckily we humans are a bright bunch, and we’ve learnt how to evolve not just from our own experience, but also from the experience of others. It has been said that knowledge More...

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By Daniel Murray On Thursday, November 16th, 2017
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The Future of Business: 3 reasons empathy will be everything

Leonardo da Vinci famously said: “Tears come from the heart, not from the brain.” When, at 19 weeks, I looked at images of my little baby daughter on an ultrasound screen, a tear came to my eye. Her heart, beating More...

By Chris Sheppardson On Wednesday, November 15th, 2017
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Is the role of CEO on death row?

By Chris Shepparson, Founder of EP Innovates (www.epinnovates.com) There is a general view beginning to develop amongst the business community that the inherently traditional role of the CEO is in fact, doomed. More...

By Andy Gent On Tuesday, November 14th, 2017
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Brief encounters – a personal approach to networking

I am not the shrinking violet type – perhaps because of my upbringing in the North of England.  I engage in conversation wherever I go and – whilst sometimes not appreciated by everyone – it has certainly More...

By Daniel Murray On Wednesday, October 25th, 2017
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Risk Management is Boring: Brain Hacks to Protect Your Business

One challenge for many new businesses is the wonderfully unsexy world of risk management. Due to the overwhelming optimism of entrepreneurs, stopping the bad things happening can often be overlooked. However, when More...

By editor On Monday, October 23rd, 2017
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Can you offer advice on how to invest in property?

If you’re a successful property investor and want to help others navigate their way through the complexity of property purchasing, financing, renting, managing, renovation and selling, contribute a chapter to More...

By Andy Gent On Monday, October 23rd, 2017
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The Fraud Hunter – why UK businesses should not be scared to go global

During the 1980s and 1990s I was a corporate man.  Working for a number of large telecommunications companies I travelled the world, even operating in countries such as Afghanistan and Pakistan that people would More...

By Chris Sheppardson On Tuesday, October 17th, 2017
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Leadership: are entrepreneurs too ‘bottom-line focused’?

By Chris Sheppardson at EP Innovates If the country has great and inspirational leaders (and it does), why is it now struggling to find new leaders amongst emerging talent? Perhaps there is some truth in the suggestion More...

By editor On Monday, October 16th, 2017
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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 More...

By Gerard Doyle On Monday, October 16th, 2017
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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...

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