It’s Monday. You wake up to your 6am alarm, and get yourself ready for the day’s work. Take a shower, eat breakfast, get dressed, walk out the door, get on the tube, enter the office, take your seat, and get to work. That’s the usual daily routine. The thought of starting a small business in the UK has never crossed your mind. Of course not, since you have lots of work to do. Read more
As you always hear (and read), finding a niche is perhaps the most important step in starting a UK small business. It gives you something specific to focus on, and having that is an important blueprint for your business.
Yesterday’s Author’s Pick talked about a few steps you should take before pushing your product out to the market. Today, we’ll discuss ways to promote your UK small business to boost its presence. In other words, so that more people will be aware of your business and what you have to offer.
This weekend’s Author’s Picks will focus on some of the inner workings of your UK small business. Today, we’ll discuss creating your product. No, not manufacturing, but what goes on before that. Read more
Business owners have different backgrounds. Some are accountants, some are engineers, and some are tailors. It doesn’t matter what your occupation is, though; what matters is your state of mind. Do you have what it takes to lead your UK small business into success?
Our Wednesday Infographic today is all about how to finance your new UK small business. This includes determining your budget, finding a source of funds, and even saving for a rainy day.
Happy weekend to everyone! Any plans for today? Well, mine is to give you a few bits and pieces about the offline aspect of your UK online business.
TGIF! I hope you’re doing good with your UK home business. If you’re still looking to improve it, here are two tips to increase engagement. This is in continuation of the infographic just this Wednesday, which is about starting your business at zero cost. (If you missed it, click here to catch up). Read more
As a business, certainly you would want to make yourself known. That goes for every business owner, whether it’s a UK small business or a big-ticket international corporation. If you own a small business, you have an even greater motivation to do so. People must know that you exist, of course, before they can buy from you. Read more
About Peter Bright
Entrepreneur and Business Development Coach · Barcelona, Spain Several businesses including management consulting, social media, online businesses, property investments, passive income creation and second income creation.
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