In the Dragons’ Den, analysis of the businesses finance is often where most entrepreneurs fail not least because of the numbers that they must remember and of course future projections. But what if they came to the den not only having in depth understanding of the business financials but also of what tax incentives are […]
Time and again on Dragons’ Den the entrepreneurs fall down on the valuation of their business. They stand before the Dragons and ask for too much money for too little equity, and the Dragons always notice.
Leadership is a funny old thing and something that at some point in your life we will all have to deal with. This could be in sports, youth work, teaching, corporate or political environments. All have their unique subtleties, requiring different skill sets and experiences. There are of course qualities that transcend all sectors such […]
Around half of start-ups fail within the first four years of being in business. And even those that succeed will have to work hard to achieve the annual growth in employees or turnover required to be called a ‘scale-up’.
If you are a start-up owner, your priority is probably the growth of your company. You are dealing with long working hours, payroll and many hassles that are a part of building your own business. Most likely, cyber security is not on top of your mind unless something happens that makes you realise how important […]
When starting up your own business, one of the main concerns for many is how much it will cost to turn an initial idea into a reality. But what if someone told you that funding a start-up doesn’t need to break the bank?
A burgeoning start-up scene in Spain shows how Spain, just like London, is turning crisis into an opportunity for entrepreneurs.
British entrepreneur Peter Jones CBE has called upon businesses to inspire young people and encourage them to follow in his footsteps by creating their own start-ups, following a significant decline in GCSE results.
Over 3.8 million British people are turning their passions into careers, with more than one in ten (12%) leaving jobs to become a ‘funtrepreneur’ and 24% of working millennials planning to do the same.
Previously we looked at generating your startup idea where we identified a way of coming up with a business-to-business startup idea and offered criteria with which to analyse its feasibility. Once you have decided on your idea and have begun building the product, it’s important to get it out in front of users as soon […]