Big Year for Business

Big Year for Business

Harmless staring,  especially the ‘into space’ type, might consume some businesses, but it isn’t the usually the first thing that springs to mind for keeping a business in business. Being readily available, accumulating knowledge and not excluding anyone are amongst the more likely moment mop ups. Over a century ago, someone, having failed every venture [...]
Business Beastie No 6: Stuck-Record Syndrome

Business Beastie No 6: Stuck-Record Syndrome

Like some middle manager after a monotonous meeting, calling off at Bar-information as a kick back response to any `nasty' encountered in the border areas of business is a tempting idea. Reaching for that overload cocktail to take away the economic effects of Stuck-Record Syndrome seems like the perfect quencher to dampen the constant fighting [...]
A Series: Outside the Box – Those That Draw Beyond Confines – No28  Home Delivery

A Series: Outside the Box – Those That Draw Beyond Confines – No28 Home Delivery

Eggspanding Numbers Age is just a number, herefore it’s irrelevant to say that Joe Brown  has a successful start-up business at just 21. It would be more fitting to point out that his inspiring business model means he can enjoy a well spent youth which should give hope to any young person facing difficult choices. [...]
April 2011 Intermediary A-Musing

April 2011 Intermediary A-Musing

Question Time Your starter for 10 - Can you describe your business in one sentence? 1.  As a business owner, do you understand what your defining DNA is? 2.  Do your customers or clients understand it?   If you can’t describe your business in one short sentence, neither can your customers. If customers can’t understand [...]
April 2011 Noteworthy News

April 2011 Noteworthy News

          April Brings a Shower of Changes. Most small businesses look out for the perpetual barrier to their growth, tax and red tape, amongst the Budget. Amongst this years’ was a reduction in corporation tax,  measures to scrap large amounts of legislation, a three year freeze on new regulations for small [...]
There`s More Than One Way To Skin A Business

There`s More Than One Way To Skin A Business

  Sometime in the 80’s, John left school and started general jobbing for a local builder. By the early part of the 21st Century he’d worked through the slowdown of the 90’s  and had his own small construction business, employed several people and did some property development.  A tidy business, but it didn’t manage to [...]
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