Establishing and operating a business in any sector is a journey defined by hard work, humility and learning, as myself and the other co-founders of Christopher Ward have discovered. And it is often the things you didn’t expect or initially appreciate that end up becoming the most important to your brand.
Starter brands are finding the UK online retail market an increasingly tough space to sell their products in. Specifically, within the consumer electronic accessories area, the saturation of the market is one of the main reasons for this.
As an entrepreneur you need a mobile app that is better designed, better built and better delivered than every other app available. From the first mobile app in 2008 to the millions available today, what we browse in app stores and download to our devices are results of years of development by other app entrepreneurs, who continue to define and refine their unique selling propositions (USPs).
Mark Wright, winner of The Apprentice 2014 and CEO of digital marketing agency, Climb Online, reflects on his first year in business with Lord Sugar, and shares some top tips for new winner, Joseph Valente, and business startups in 2016.
An obvious lack of innovation always spells opportunity for disrupter-entrepreneurs. Hence the attraction of the logistics sector