Recently, I got into a debate where some people argued that you can't start a business without a serious capital. My personal business journey, as well as, many of the people I know who are successful in their ventures, show exactly the opposite. And because I don't like making statements without being able to support them with facts, I interviewed several entrepreneurs who started their businesses with less than £100. Eco Products Home Factory with £50 Green living is becomi
DIY website for a real business? Isn't that just a clear sign of lack of commitment to your business venture? Not really. It's not every business that can afford or even needs a professionally designed website at the very early stages of their journey. Learning how to create your website on your own doesn't make you cheap or less serious about doing business. It actually makes you resourceful. But before you make the decision to go DIY, you need to understand how website desi
Sometimes a business idea is too good to be put on hold until you have enough capital to hire a branding specialist before launching. The truth is, there are thousands of successful businesses worldwide that were started with just a couple of hundred pounds or even less. While I'd always recommend seeking professional help for the aspects of your business you are not fully confident in, I'd also always encourage creativity and boldness to bring your ideas to reality. You don'
If you are starting a business or getting ready to expand, you certainly need a business plan. That's not negotiable. If you are to make your venture successful, you need to plan all of your actions beforehand in a systemised way. You do that so you can keep yourself in check every step of the journey towards your end goal. But do you really need to pay someone to write a full professional business plan for you? Not necessarily. In most cases, you will require the services of