Bust or Business

If you have dreamed about doing something a little different with regard to a business opportunity, have a look at some transformations of the humble bus into entrepreneurial dreams. Some ingenuity and a lot of creativity has resulted in some great BUSinesses with catchy names.…continue reading →
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5 Management Tips for Injured or Sick Business Owners

Being a business owner doesn’t make you immune to the issues that everyone else deals with outside of work. You’re still very much human, even with all of your professional responsibilities and obligations. This means you can easily come down with sickness or suffer an injury. Is your business prepared to continue functioning in your absence?…continue reading →
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What Being Your Own Boss Really Means for Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs and business owners want to be the boss. These individuals want to work on their own accord, and they work very hard to reach their financial dream. Long nights, weekends and overtime are ahead when you're your own boss. Yes, some of this may slow down when you're in the midst of success, but a lot of work still needs to be done even when you hire employees to delegate tasks to.…continue reading →
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The Art of Spotting and Developing Talent

When you’re just starting out as a founder in business or indeed if you’re jumping onto your next venture after seeing some success with a previous venture, it can become rather easy to take too much of a hand-on approach to everything. After all, it’s your “baby” which you’re trying…Keep reading
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The Aim is to BE Rich Not Look It

For all the frivolous nonsense they often invest their time in, memesters sometimes get it right and create compelling memes that really stir up some constructive introspection at the very least and constructive debate at best. One such meme featured Bill Gates and Warren Buffet and, carried over into some…Keep reading
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Buy to Let Mortgages: Tips for Landlord Investors

Investing in residential property as a landlord continues to appeal to many and you can put your best foot forward by securing the best buy to let mortgage to help pay for your property investment.…continue reading →
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4 Skills Micro-Entrepreneurs Need to Thrive in a Gig Economy

The growing gig economy is giving birth to a new wave of micro-entrepreneurs. Gig workers account for about 34% of the workforce, and that figure is expected to reach 43% by 2020, according to a study by Intuit. Whether it's renting a room through Airbnb, driving for Uber or working as a copywriter, gig workers are running their own businesses. But many don't know what it takes to succeed and make a good living in a gig economy. Here are four skills every micro-entrepreneur needs to thrive in a gig economy.…continue reading →
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4 Things to Know Before Opening a Plumbing Business

So, you want to own your own plumbing business? The industry is booming, a higher population means more homes and plumbing systems that will need your services. It's a good business, and it's a business that had over 480,600 people working in it in 2016.…continue reading →
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Which Type of Business Is Best for These 5 Goals?

When starting a business, you’ll have your choice of several different business structures, each of which comes with advantages and disadvantages. But weighing those complex pros and cons against each other to find the “right” business structure can be difficult, even for an experienced entrepreneur.…continue reading →
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Should You Franchise?

If you’ve dreamed of growing your business exponentially within the next five-to-ten years, you may have asked yourself, “should I franchise my business?” Franchising is a great strategy that businesses may want to consider if they want to outlive their competitors.…continue reading →
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