Gregg Lalle, Senior Vice President, Internationals Sales at ConnectWise, says the route to a successful entrepreneurial career lies in team support.
As we enter the New Year, I’m happy to say that entrepreneurialism is alive and well in the UK.
Looking for a change in profession? Then becoming a driving instructor could be the entrepreneurial life you’re looking for if you’re after freedom, a sense of achievement and a high salary.
Capitalism, it’s got a bit of a bad reputation these days. However, it’s something that’s survived throughout history and will continue to do so, and that isn’t a bad thing. Why? Because it’s being refashioned by impactful and purpose-driven businesses for the better.
What makes a successful entrepreneur? The answer is not as complex as you might think. All you need to do is identify a problem, and solve it. This is exactly what budding entrepreneur Katie Redstar did when she started a successful company that offers sign-language services to businesses. Being deaf caused her to face discrimination in her past life, but entrepreneurialism opened new doors.
Today's fast-growing forms of alternative finance are providing SMEs with new ways to extend their cash flow – but more importantly, they are also making businesses fundamentally more entrepreneurial, writes Alan Gillies.
Employees in the North of England are less productive than elsewhere in England and there are fewer businesses in the region than the UK average, according to analysis published by the Office of National Statistics yesterday.
Entrepreneurs, by their very nature, are wily characters. They can spot an opportunity from a thousand mile distance and be as creative as Damian Hirst or ‘Banksy’ on their best day.
In Hollywood, everyone has an idea for a great movie – no matter their experience or profession. James Curran says entrepreneurialism is not too different…
When you're trying to find the top entrepreneurs of tomorrow, prison might not be the first place you'd turn to. But these mentoring programmes for former inmates are successfully generating talented business leaders…
Entrepreneurship teaches children plenty of things; so we have to make sure we encourage them to turn their hand at business from the very start.
Now that her company is approaching its 25th birthday, Jo Haigh thinks back on raising her only non-human child