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TheEmployable Gradpreneur ‘Lessons learned’ in 2011 – The ‘Learning Entrepreneur’ guide….

Entrepreneurs…..seem very much like a friendly bunch of characters. So far we have been knocked back by how helpful our fellow Entrepreneurs, from starting-up Graduates, through to seasoned Pro’s, all are. In the spirit of cross Entrepreneurial friendship, Raspinder Singh from Gradpreneur.net asked us to take part in a joint post, highlighting our top tips […]

‘My Top lessons learned in starting-up a Startup’ – A Young Entrepreneur tells all…

In the UK, we have almost become accustomed to hearing about unemployment rates and a flatlining economy. As the youth of today are the business leaders of tomorrow, young entrepreneur Andrew Pallett shares his start-up tips with TheEmployable to assist those thinking about starting in business… There are few things more exciting and rewarding than […]

Trade Show Tips for Startups: 4 Ways to Increase Booth Appeal

Trade show events are great places to network with companies, consumers, media outlets, suppliers, and other industry players that can help your startup get ahead at a faster pace. When it comes to generating good publicity and establishing brand awareness, few methods work better than giving a strong first impression at a trade show. Unfortunately, […]

Other Job options for Graduates

Other Job options for Graduates… Last week, I returned with my Diary of an Employable Blogaholic post and discussed in a convoluted way the issue of poor career advice being given to students and graduates pre and post graduation. But if a full paid position is not as freely available in the current job market […]

Kick Campus aims to kickstart graduate careers..

Targeting the abundance of post-university students looking for work, Kick Campus, a startup itself, is aiming to run alternative careers fairs across the UK offering and highlighting the alternative careers and jobs within the start-up scene that Grads may not otherwise have heard of. Launched recently in BETA, the Kick Campus jobs board will go […]

Startup of the Week – myMzone

This weeks business startup… Since the Middle Ages, London has had a long tradition of having vibrant and colourful street markets. To this day, they remain a massive draw for both locals and tourists alike. However as much as the range of goods on display may be tempting, actually buying them is a much easier option […]

Startacus makes the Marketest Business Start-Up Competition shortlist!

TheEmployable’s platform for the self starter – Startacus has made the shortlist for this year’s Marketest Business Start-up Competition!!! The ten shortlisted finalists, including our very own platform, are now in the running for the grand prize of £1000 Tailored Market Research, which will help take their business or idea to the next level. The […]

The Top Free Online Tools Every Startup Should Use – Part 2

Money is tight when you are starting a business. We previously featured a post on some of the top free online tools that every startup and entrepreneur should use. (You can check it out here ) It was certainly not a definitive list, so here is Part 2, where we’ve put together some more of […]

Startup Of The Week – Apptopia

There can’t be too many people out there who were not in shock, awe, or amazement when Facebook recently announced that they had acquired Instagram, the photo-sharing smartphone app for $1billion.  Apps are big business and whilst it may be every app developer’s dream to make their fortune in the manner that the Instagram founders […]

Startup Of The Week – Tiny Lightbulbs

One of the best things to happen in the past couple of years has been the rise in the number of Crowdfunding platforms. Crowdfunding has empowered creatives the world over to realise their dreams and create tangible products. ( Check out our post on Crowdfunding here.) But what happens when the product is made? Where […]


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