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Enterprise First is a not-for-profit enterprise agency dedicated to helping small businesses and they offer a free business toolkit containing a number of useful resources.
10 top tips put together by the FSB (Federation of Small Business). Easy to read and a downloadable PDF version is also available.
This event in London on Friday 27th April is to celebrate the journey to success, book your ticket now for an evening of motivation, inspiration and networking.
This feature on the Forbes website invited five entrepreneurs with the all important founder & CEO as their title, to share how they did it.
A very useful introduction to pay-per-click advertising. This is ideal if you are keen to quietly find out more without being exposed to a pushy sales pitch.
If venture-backed startup Lumo has its way, more travelers will avoid flight cancellations thanks to breakthroughs in artificial intelligence. No wonder that JetBlue, EasyJet, and other companies are interested.
This may sound like a strange article to promote on a startup site but, as they say, start with the end in mind!
A Sydney University startup is making exciting progress in the high-stakes race of quantum computing, and has become one of just eight startups worldwide to join IBM’s exclusive ‘Q Network’.
Looks like a great opportunity to receive free information which can only help your startup plans.
Europe’s leading event for starting or expanding a business takes place on 16th and 17th May at Excel, London.
Starting a new business can be an expensive business, whether it’s a coffee shop or a construction company. But it's hard to say exactly what the price might be - so use our calculator to build your own costs to see how much it might set you back.
Make sure that you are aware of the different types of insurance that your business may require to comply with the law and to protect you from loss. Free Download. No registration required.
Free guide to getting the most out of business networking. Written by a serial networker, these hints and tips will ensure that you can enter the room with confidence and safe in the knowledge that you know what you are doing (even if it is your first time).
You could spend every penny of your income (and more) on marketing but knowing where to get the best results is a bit of an art. Our free guide has been created by an experienced marketeer to help you overcome that challenge. Download now free of charge and without registration.
This free factsheet provides you with a great way of thinking about your target market and how to reach them. It asks you the key questions which will help you determine your marketing strategy.
Something slightly different! This Powerpoint presentation is used for our startup workshops and compliments our business plan template.
Several years ago, we created a CD based upon our popular start-up map. You can now download the entire contents and enjoy this interactive experience. Navigate your way through the map and learn about each stage of the start-up 'journey'.
How much do you really need to pay your bills while your business takes shape? This free budget planner can be downloaded immediately and without registration
Designed to make the task of compiling a business plan as painless as possible. Download immediately. No registration required.
Download our free step-by-step guide immediately and without registration. It contains a useful overview of the main considerations and compliments our range of more in depth startup books.