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One Can Never Have Enough Good Books

To satisfy the bibliophiles out there we couldn’t rest with just giving you our Top 3 Reads For Entrepreneurs and Independent Retailers Who Want To Open a Pop Up Shop. No! We merely skimmed the surface with covering the setting … Continue reading

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Top 3 Books For Entrepreneurs and Independent Retailers Who Want To Open A Pop Up Shop

We all know that pop up shops provide entrepreneurs with a fantastic way of bringing their ideas to life. Pop ups offer unique opportunities to promote your brand, reach out to customers and sell your products – all without the … Continue reading

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Spoon {Cereals} Secures £50,000 Investment from Dragon’s Den

Last week’s Dragons’ Den saw pop up Spoon {Cereals} succeed in securing a £50,000 investment from dragons Deborah Meaden and Peter Jones. Both dragons invested £25,000  and each will have a 15% stake in the business. Founded by Annie Morris and Jonny Shimmin, Spoon {Cereals} was … Continue reading

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How to decide on a name for your business

What’s in a name? For anyone starting up their own business, choosing the right name for their company is one of the most important parts of setting up business. A name must reflect the business’ image as well as be … Continue reading

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From Chaos to Order

When starting a business from scratch we all dream of ultimate success. You may provide a unique service or invented a unique product which instantly becomes a ‘must have’. Your marketing campaign has ticked all the boxes, you’ve even set … Continue reading

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SOCIAL CURRENCY – The New Fad in Town

There is a lot of hype about ‘Social Currency’ on the grapevine these days. What is it? Social currency is information shared which encourages further social encounters. And these days it is actually being used by companies in place of traditional methods … Continue reading

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To Pinterest or To Instagram, is that the question?

It is certainly true that once you enter the ever expanding world of social media it’s hard not to get lost in the ether of “Which Platform Should I Choose? Arrrggghhhhh!!” Don’t keep pulling your hair out, here is a … Continue reading

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Things you can do on your down time as a small business

As a small company there will undoubtedly be peaks and troughs in your business, so during the down periods you should make use of the quieter time to enhance your business for the busy periods.   Work on your marketing … Continue reading

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