by Josh Hall | 02 Mar 2010
As a business owner you will require a range of skills. Frequently, start-ups are founded with a very small number of employees, if any, which means you will most likely be doing the bulk of work yourself. This is a significant responsibility, and one for which you will need to be well equipped.
by Jasper Martens | 02 Mar 2010
After a University degree in Amsterdam and a modelling career, Luuk Imberg didn't choose a standard career path and started his own business, Luuk Health Coaching. Simply Business talked with Luuk about the difficulties starting up his business and his drive to help small businesses and individuals improve their lives.
by Jasper Martens | 26 Feb 2010
We had a busy week in our knowledge team. Besides our daily small business news (grab our newsfeed here) all the writers came up with useful business tips ranging from interviews to top 5's. That's why it's not a big surprise some of these articles are selected in our weekly top 10 catch up.
by Josh Hall | 26 Feb 2010
Self Assessment is the bane of many self-employed people’s existence. The annual rush to get your tax return in on time, only to be presented with a whopping great bill, is one of the least entertaining parts of the year.
by Sneha Khilay | 26 Feb 2010
The world really has become smaller; people travel extensively to what were once unbelievable or glamorous places. Early baby boomers, now retired, routinely go on cruises to Polynesian islands or jet off to South America to ascend Machu Picchu...and the same is now true for business travelers.
by Rosie Beasley | 25 Feb 2010
by Jasper Martens | 24 Feb 2010
Starting up a business can be tough, especially in a fiercely competitive industry. We asked Clara Beasley, the founder of Gridmodels.com, about her experiences of starting up and running a model agency business in the motorsport industry.
by Rosie Beasley | 24 Feb 2010
Within our knowledge team one of the most asked questions is: “How do I attract more customers to my website?” It’s almost become on a level of: “Is there life after death?” In this article I’m not going to answer this question, but I can give some tips to small businesses on how they can attract the right customers to their website without having to spend a large amount of money. So how do you stand out in the crowd?
by Josh Hall | 23 Feb 2010
The internet has become an all-pervasive force, not just in business but in people’s day-to-day lives. Its impact on the world of marketing has been immense, with many businesses now spending significantly more on web-based marketing than on traditional offline marketing activities.
Follow us online
receive daily updates, business news and useful articles. Just pick your favorite social media channel.