Anne-Sophie: How To Be A Great Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurs seems to be a dime a dozen these days. Founder, and/or CEO, are the new “IT” title. The Truth is, anyone can start something, and with luck and persistence, there will be some kind of funding available, for some time, and social media make it too easy to create the illusion of success. Fewer have the skills to see their project through.  More...

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By editor On Thursday, October 12th, 2017

Say hello to our new contributor, Chris Sheppardson, Founder of EP Innovate

Chris founded his own business in 1998 and today oversees a number of businesses and activities that range from one that supports entrepreneurs to International Executive recruitment to publishing ( to More...

By editor On Wednesday, October 11th, 2017

Rune Sovndahl: Entrepreneur Tips – How to Lift Your Business and Keep Moving Forward

Anyone who tells you that growing your business from nothing is a walk in the park is lying to you! You’re setting yourself up for long hours, late nights and a lot of hard work. But there are many rewards 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 editor On Saturday, October 7th, 2017

Susan Bradley: Start-up? Start thinking about IP

As a busy start-up owner, protecting your intellectual property (i.e. trade marks, patents, designs) may be low on your list of priorities.  You may even think that you don’t have any intellectual property (IP) More...

By editor On Thursday, October 5th, 2017

Our Story: Gorilla Socks and two men with a dream

On the banks of the Hudson river, two men ride their bikes. It’s like any other day, with the exception that something big is bound to happen. One of the men speaks up to his companion about their lack of entrepreneurial More...

By editor On Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017

Andrew Muir: Employees First, Customers Second

When it comes to investing in staff, I’ve long been a fan of the anecdote where the CFO asks, “What if we invest in training staff and they leave?” And the CEO responds, “What if we don’t and they stay?” More...

By editor On Thursday, September 28th, 2017

The UK billionaires without a degree

A new rich list ranking the wealthiest UK individuals and partnerships who did not go on to higher education at university has been revealed by Informi, the website offering free practical advice and support for More...

By editor On Wednesday, September 20th, 2017

Kate Jack – Bolstering our bright sparks: how to make it as an entrepreneur

According to research by the Centre for Entrepreneurs (CFE), new business formations reached a record high in 2016. More than 650,000 businesses were launched in the UK last year alone; a staggering 74 start-ups More...

By Lee Biggins On Wednesday, September 13th, 2017

How to tackle ‘post-summer blues’ in your office

The leaves are starting to fall, the morning temperatures dropping and the evenings getting a little bit darker. This can only mean one thing – summer is over and for many, the post-summer blues are beginning More...