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Thinking about starting your own HR consultancy? How much will it cost?

2018 is the year of the entrepreneur, with the highest number of would-be business owners ever set to take the plunge and take a chance on their dream. But whether it’s opening a grocer’s, or launching the next big tech start-up, the cost of setting up alone is still a concern for many.

Article by: Anne Author | Published: 22 July 2018

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Engagement in the age of the start-up

According to the Start-up Tracker, in 2016, 660,000 new companies were established in the UK - a new record. Traditionally, the way to succeed in an engineering career has been to work your way up the corporate ladder, but is the influx of new start-ups changing this?

Article by: Jonathan Wilkins | Published: 8 April 2018

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Why the high street is not dead – and has a long life ahead of it

The high street is the quintessential British shopping experience. Almost every town has one, making it the most common street name in the UK. It’s the centre of commercial life; a place where you can buy, sell, or trade almost anything. Yet, in the past ten years, high street shopping has been on the decline.

Article by: Jonnie Matthew | Published: 26 February 2018

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Which unfavourable personality trait makes a great entrepreneur?

Impatience is the entrepreneur’s best personality trait. Impatience can help to push you forwards, driving your business on to success. By channelling your impatience and frustration properly, you can eliminate indecision and complacency from all areas of your business. Impatience can save you time, and as the cliché goes, time is money.

Article by: Conor McArdle | Published: 14 November 2017

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The seven-point checklist for setting up a business

Determining what you want your business does can be the easy part – picking something you’re passionate about or good at, or finding a gap in the market you can fill.

Article by: Sarah Musgrove | Published: 20 October 2017