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Buying vs Renting: What is the best option for your business premises?

Have you just set up a business and need somewhere as a base? Perhaps your lease has ended on your old premises and you’re trying to determine whether you should buy or rent your next place. Whatever your reason for finding a new building for your business it can be a difficult task. Your budget […]

Common Issues in Business and how to Handle Them

Establishing a company is a great achievement for many entrepreneurs but maintaining it and keeping the business running profitably is an even greater challenge. Here are the five most important challenges for small businesses. Insufficient Capital Insufficient capital is the biggest obstacle for startups and other small businesses. Entrepreneurs often start with too little capital, […]

How Can You Make Your Business Easier to Manage?

While a business should never be easy to run entirely, it also should not be a complete nightmare to manage too. No matter what, you need to ensure that you are tracking down ways in which you can simplify your business and make it easier for you to manage. Here are some of the ways […]

Every Business Needs A Good Lawyer, And Here Are Five Areas Where They Could Help You

Anyone who runs their own business always hopes that they will not find themselves in a situation where they need legal advice. But there are several common issues where you will need the help of an experienced attorney. Here are just a few that you should be aware of. Growth And Expansion Contact an attorney […]

Top Tips for Investing in Employee Development

  As a business owner, you need to think about how you are going to best invest in your employees’ development. If you are willing to spend time and resources on training, you are going to be able to create a workforce of skilled employees who are able to benefit your business in a number […]

Top Tips to get the most out of the Job Centre

The Job Centre… For many proactive job seekers these words don’t fall very nicely off the tongue. Firstly there is a certain stigma attached to being unemployed and the stereotype of the ‘sign-on-here’ culture. Secondly, once you have the pleasure (or otherwise) of having to sign on, it is often demoralizing to not only have […]

Four Tips for A Smooth Career Change

Not everybody has the luxury of choosing a career that they love. Perhaps you only ended up working in your current career as a way to make ends meet, or perhaps it was a convenient option when you weren’t sure exactly what you wanted to do with your life. But if you have come to […]

How to be a more productive freelancer – increase your efficiency with these helpful tips

Be honest. When you first became a freelancer and began working for yourself, did you envisage rolling out of bed at midday, working in your PJs and picking up jobs when you needed them? Or is that the image your friends and family have created? Ask any freelancer and they’ll tell you that working for […]

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 […]

Utilizing Your Natural Talents into a Decent Side Job

Utilizing Your Natural Talents into a Decent Side Job Looking for a way to utilize your natural talents? Want to turn your passion into a lucrative side income? If your answer’s yes, then check out these ideas to get started…  1. Editor/Proofreader: Do you have an English degree? Like proofreading? Then becoming a freelance editor/proofreader is […]

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