No matter what your business size; entrepreneur to brick and mortar the area is the centre of your company.
By Jill Crossland – Well-known entrepreneurs should be honest about their entrepreneurial journey or risk becoming part of the problem.
Every business owner no matter their company’s size needs to regroup, take stock, and reassess their goals so things are in place for September.
by Michael Deane
While any enterprise can be enhanced through the addition of more employees, by hiring five specific individuals companies can make substantial leaps in their development and growth.
By Gemma Reeves, Find My Workspace
While Dublin has a lot to offer this does not secure any start-up a hundred percent success. There are more elements to consider and work on to achieve entrepreneurial growth.
PLOX originated after young entrepreneur Olivia Callaghan set up a summer camp for girls over eight years ago and continued it throughout her Edinburgh University degree before deciding to turn it into a full-time enterprise. PLOX is a combination of two of her most favourite things; children and creativity.
By Laura Tucker, Leadership coach, speaker & host of the Free Your Inner Guru™ Podcast
Your comfort zone has become a cliché. And just like most other clichés, there are truths at its core. But do you know there are at least as many myths floating around about the comfort zone as there are truths?
by Jill Crossland, Editor & Business Consultant
For entrepreneurs, the merit of reading business books and biographies is well documented however it is in the world of fiction where we nurture our creative side.
By Mehul Panchal, Founder of Filter Concept Private Limited
These days it seems everyone thinks they can be an entrepreneur but not all will succeed. There are however certain personality traits which will help you to be a successful startup founder. Do you have any or all of the Five Characteristics of Successful Startup Founders?
Do you want to start managing your time more efficiently? Check out this infographic by Jack Milgrim, Custom Writing.
By Jim Coke, Entrepreneur, Author & currently undertaking his doctoral thesis on Chinese Market Entry at King’s College London.
If you want to know more about doing business in China this article is for you.
His upcoming book ‘A Fat Cow in China’ will connect with aspiring entrepreneurs & small business owners who have an interest in Asia & China particularly. Check out the special Book Offer just for Entrepreneurial Life Readers!
By Dani Richeson
Entrepreneurial inspiration does not always come from sophisticated cities. Sometimes it takes a chance meeting, a shared vision and just the right small town lifestyle. How Dani Richeson “Followed Her Bliss” from Utah to London.
By Alayna Frankenberry, Manager of Inbound Marketing for BlueSky ETO.
From the first greeting to that all important board meeting or the shared meal with potential new clients it is important when in another country that you take the time to know some of the customs and traditions.
Go Ecommerce Cross Border by Stef van Boekel
Congratulations, you have launched a successful product or a webshop. Cash flows are coming in and you are succeeding as an entrepreneur. One of the reasons why you are making money is because the market has changed.
Professional skateboarder, Tom Hawk and Napster co-founder and founding president of Facebook Sean Parker are among the wealthy entrepreneurs who have created charitable foundations. While not quite matching the Gates Foundation, which to date has given away over $37 billion this is a new norm …
Do you think of hiring a business consultant only in terms of working on a specific goal, project or problem? Actually a good consultant should also be willing to help with the small stuff that may be hindering your business growth and efficiency. You just …