When you first start up a business, you might have starry-eyed expectations and hopes for the future. However, a few months in and your brand will most likely start collecting cobwebs. Many people start up a business with high expectations, only for people to forget about their business and sooner or later, it will crumble under the weight of other businesses and be forgotten by the public. This is mainly because people don’t take your business seriously enough.


Whether you’re a freelancer that wants to take their skills to the next level, or a tradesman that wants to provide a niche product to the masses, you have to keep in mind that in order to remain memorable, you have to get people to take your new startup seriously.

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Are you sick of tired of going into the office and doing the same job? Do you want to get out of the rat race? Well, becoming an entrepreneur is a good career path. Entrepreneurs are the boss, and they are the only people that dictate the terms. And, lots of them turn out to be insanely successful. But, they only reach this level when they iron out the mistakes. New players to the game don’t always play the game to the best of their ability, which is risky. In the end, one mistake can be fatal. The key is to troubleshoot the errors as and when they occur. To do that, here are the ones to look out for as a newbie.

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If you’re an entrepreneur with a startup business (and let’s be honest, why else would you be on this website), then you know how important it is to spend your limited funds wisely. You’ll also know how crippling overheads can be. It only takes one tough month.


Of course, you need to spend money to make money, but it is about spending that money wisely. Of course, you can’t completely escape the cost of rent, utility bills, and other such expenses, but you can limit the damage substantially.


That’s where we come in. We’ve come up with a few tips on how you can reduce your overheads and use that limited stash of cash in a much better way. Read More Time To Spend Less On The Necessary Stuff