Category Archives: Entrepreneurialism

A New Dynamic : Working With Shareholders

In 2013 I decided what my software company eFiling needed was a little bit more than what I had to offer on my own. The past year has been a very busy year, lot’s of change and lot’s to do. So … Continue reading

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Selling Your Business : It’s Nothing Personal

I’ve sold a handful of small businesses over the years and spoken with a few people who have done the same, or people who wish to. So I would like to share with you a few key things I’ve picked … Continue reading

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Don’t get too attached to your business

If we were talking perhaps 10 or so years in the past when I was still fairly new in running my own business I would have bestowed the virtues of holding the all the cards. How important it is to … Continue reading

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Too young to start a business?

My 11 year old daughter has decided she wants to start her own business so that she can earn her own money to buy her own things. She took it upon herself to use the home computer to design her … Continue reading

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Record Numbers of New Companies Registered

I attended a Companies House meeting last week, a regular event for me, and they do like to cross of the highlights right at the start. They make for some quite amazing reading though; Year to date the number of … Continue reading

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Remaining Professional At All Times

I’ve just been to a local bank to have my ID verified for a new business I’m involved in, and that business isn’t banking with my usual bank so quite naturally they don’t know me. Something happened at this bank … Continue reading

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10 Years On… Part 3

I finished my last blog post at the start of 2005, mentioning during 2005 we got a few awards and moved from our second home into a proper office. I also mentioned that was when I purchased UK Business Forums. … Continue reading

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10 Years On… Part 2

Following on from my previous post, which I’m pleased seems to have been very well received, I’m going to continue from July 2003 and what the next couple of years had in store for me up to the beginning of … Continue reading

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10 Years On…

I’ve just been writing my latest newsletter for Quick Formations, and part of the story for this newsletter is that the company turns 10 years old in September; and the newsletter had a very big risk of turning into a … Continue reading

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Do you deserve it?

As we head into 2012, a year when so money business experts and analysts are predicting tougher times ahead, I can’t help but worry about much of the younger generation who have grown up in a world of expectation. Where … Continue reading

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