In my experience, unless you as the entrepreneur have some 'skin in the game' and a reason to get up and make the business work every morning, it seldom will.
As a startup business, the most important areas to focus your attention on are time and money.
Make your own luck by mastering these core entrepreneurial traits.
What you need to know before signing a partnership agreement with your spouse.
50/50 doesn’t always mean everything is split down the middle.
There’s more opportunity for growth in under-serviced sectors.
You need business skills before you can start a business.
Lack of business skills can sink your new business venture.
Your business plan can help you track the progress of your start-up.
There are some simple steps you should follow to launch your start-up.
Start small, stick with what you know and build your business slowly.
Entrepreneurs all exhibit some of the same character traits, the good news is most of these can be developed over time.
There are steps you can follow to get you up and running in your own business.
Finding a mentor can be easier than you might think, you just need to know where to look.
Creative thinking can go a long way when it comes to funding a start-up.
It’s important to include all the relevant information in any partnership agreement.
Do some research before starting a new venture.
Ignore your competition at your peril – and it may not always be who you think.
If you’re going to sign a three-year lease, make very sure the space will suit your requirements.
You need to consider your employees too when deciding where your business should be located.