Teaching budding entrepreneurs about finance, marketing and business plans etc. is commonplace. But how many courses allow their content to be infiltrated by a fundamental issue virtually all start-ups face? I’m talking about the shock of deafening silence… [Read more…]
Following graduation in 1989 I rented a tiny, cell-like office in York for £17 a month. My entrepreneurial career had started. But getting to that point (and years later being able to create and grow a company on a global stage) was the result of one man’s inspiration… [Read more…]
Hold onto to your festive hats folks. It’s emerging billions of people worldwide may have been mis-sold Christmas.
Stories about flying reindeer, sacks of presents disappearing down chimneys and a white-bearded jolly soul riding a sky-high sleigh, may, just may, contain a whiff of untruth… [Read more…]
IEEC 2016 delegates on your marks…
And get set for this unique opportunity to take the unofficial title of Olympic Champion at this year’s event in Liverpool. [Read more…]
‘Cash is king’. That’s a phrase every accountant and adviser has shared with me over the years. Run out of money and your business dies… [Read more…]
BRITISH universities can take nothing for granted ever again.
The days when we can count on a steady stream of foreign students to shore up the nation’s depleting higher education coffers are gone. Brexit wrecks it… [Read more…]