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Going from small to big

Going From Small to Big

July 18, 2013 in Strategic Skills - No Comment

This article is brought to you by entrecity.com. Entrepreneurs often do a great job of conceiving ideas and developing them into businesses. They do it best at the start-up stage and especially when the number of people involved is small. Start-ups can go through many changes before a proper company structure can be established. It is [...]

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Bringing a revolutionary idea to life

July 18, 2013 in Strategic Skills - No Comment

This article is brought to you by the The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Entrepreneurship. Key Learning Points: Technology offers widespread opportunities and there’s probably never been a better time ever to bring ideas to life. The powerful combination of imagination, talent, commitment and hard-work can have stunning results.   This month will see the launch of ground-breaking communication [...]

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Focus means everything in business

March 17, 2013 in Strategic Skills - No Comment

After several years working hard on my first venture, an experienced mentor and friend drew me a simple diagram to demonstrate how to run a much more effective business. “It’s all about getting the shape and direction right” Chris said, taking his pen off the paper and sitting back in his chair. I peered at [...]

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What to do when demand dries up

March 17, 2013 in Strategic Skills - No Comment

After 5 hours stood by the roadside that hot summer’s day back in 1988 I was beginning to doubt my chances. Was I ever going to get out of Wales and reach home? I was learning the hard way. Trying to hitch when everyone else was going away on holiday was proving to be a [...]

top ten sites for entrepreneurs

Top 10 sites for entrepreneurs

March 17, 2013 in JWEF Newsfeed, Strategic Skills - No Comment

For the past 2 months I’ve conducted some basic research to establish the very best websites that help people start and stay in business in the UK. Over 500 individuals (who work in an advisory and business support capacity in academia, public as well as the private sector as well as people running businesses) were [...]