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Entrepreneurs

The Entrepreneurs archive offering advice and tips to help small businesses start and succeed in business.

Success stories

Entrepreneur Q&A: Ed Foy, co-founder of PRESS

PRESS specialises in snacks, soups and the juices that helped to make their name. We catch up with co-founder Ed Foy to find out more.

Success stories

Entrepreneur Q&A: George Sullivan, founder of The Sole Supplier

We chat with George Sullivan, founder of The Sole Supplier, about how he grew his business from a blog he started five years ago.

Business Ideas & Planning

When is the right time to form a limited company?

Darren Fell, managing director of Crunch Accounting, discusses when becoming a limited company might be the correct next step up from being a sole trader as a small business.

Buying and selling a company

Top five businesses to buy right now

Here, Paulyne Karahassan explores the sectors that you should consider if looking to buy a business.

Success stories

Entrepreneur Q&A: ‘The Internet is the current issue for us’

Sandra Corcoran, co-owner of Bradford-based Pennine Cycles, talks about adjusting to life running a business, Brexit and promoting Yorkshire.

Business Ideas & Planning

Registering your business: sole trader or limited company? 

Here, we speak to four small business owners about the decisions they faced when registering their company and what influenced their choices.

Success stories

Entrepreneur Q&A: ‘Going on Dragons’ Den fast-tracked business growth’

GripIt founder Jordan Daykin talks about starting a business at the age of 13 and securing investment from Deborah Meaden.

Small Business Insurance

What you need to negotiate chauffeur insurance

We look at what what you need to know about starting your own chauffeur business, including risks and negotiating a deal on your insurance.

Success stories

Entrepreneur Q&A: ‘I’m a risk-taker, but I take calculated risks’

Abbass Zadeh, founder of luxury car hire firm AZ Luxe, talks about building his reputation and expanding into jet chartering.

Business Ideas & Planning

How to turn your one man band business into a market leader

In this piece, we look at some of the most effective pathways to turning your one man band business into a market leader.

Success stories

Entrepreneur Q&A: Mark Gurtler, CEO of Greenbrokers

Mark Gurtler is a 42-year-old father of two who has grown a £1 million garden retail supply business from scratch. We ask him how he did it.

Blog

Self-improvement obsession: are entrepreneurs at greater risk?

Self-improvement can help entrepreneurs reach their business goals, but could they be prone to more destructive personal development habits?

Partner content

How to prepare for business growth in 2022

The team at Funding Options explain how to prepare for business growth in 2022

Partner content

Tide to empower small businesses to optimise cash flow with insights tool

Tide is introducing a Cashflow Insights tool to help small businesses mitigate delays in payment and improve their credit score

Partner content

Business Current Account Masterclass

Tune into the Masterclass from the Current Account Switch Service to find out why you should switch your business account pronto

Partner content

How should I select my business broadband provider?

As with any supplier, it’s important to do your research and ask important questions before you select a broadband provider for your business. But what are the must-have things you should take into consideration?