Book of The Month: Preparing for the world in 2028

Preparing for the world in 2028 is a unique, ground-breaking book that explains how we can better understand human behaviour in order to equip ourselves for the opportunities and challenges presented by the years to come. A brainchild of The Problem Solving Squad, this book assembles a group of thought leaders and experts in their respective fields, More...

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By Chris Sheppardson On Monday, January 22nd, 2018
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The ‘Man Boy’ who never grew up?

By Chris Sheppardson, entrepreneur and founder at EP Innovates (www.epinnovates.com)   On 16 May 2017, an article on CNN* published the following commentary within an article referencing President Trump: “Like More...

By editor On Wednesday, December 20th, 2017
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Scott Phillips joins My Entrepreneur Magazine as our new columnist

Rise Art co-founder Scott Phillips moved to Europe in 2003 to run Red Herring magazine’s European team. He was responsible for overseeing business development and global events. Scott holds an MBA from the London More...

By editor On Tuesday, November 21st, 2017
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Book of The Month: Successful Women In Business Winners Edition

This is a motivational book that will help you commit to either starting your business or to push past those obstacles that are preventing you from moving forward in you business. Women entrepreneurs are rarely 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 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 Sebastian Lewis On Thursday, October 19th, 2017
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5 ways to nurture and retain talent in a start-up

What I love most about being an entrepreneur is that no two days are the same. That’s the nature of start-ups – they move at lightning speed, growing rapidly and attracting ambitious people who want to be part More...

By editor On Wednesday, October 18th, 2017
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Daniel Murray joins the team at My Entrepreneur Magazine

Daniel Murray is an Empathy Expert and Business Strategist for Empathic Consulting. Early on, he forged a career as a Business Strategist for some of Australia’s leading corporations and realised using empathy More...

By editor On Tuesday, October 17th, 2017
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Say hello to our new columnist Rebecca Morley

Rebecca Morley is a business coach, consultant and mentor for small business owners. Having spent 15 years in operations in large consumer goods companies she now combines that experience with her love of coaching More...

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