Are you passionate about the hair and beauty industry and considering starting your own business? The UK market offers a multitude of opportunities for entrepreneurs looking to make their mark in this thriving sector.
Are you looking to make some money alongside your full-time responsibilities? Look no further than our side hustle series.
Looking to make some money alongside your full-time responsibilities? Look no further than our side hustle series.
As technology advances, businesses have started exploring new ways to improve their processes using AI, the latest tech trend. AI (Artificial Intelligence) refers to the simulation of human intelligence, speech, writing, art, in machines.
Small and medium businesses account for 99.9% of the UK’s business population, they are the backbone of the UK economy.
TikTok is one of the fastest-growing social media platforms out there. With over 30 million daily users and a hyper-curated user algorithm, it's a great place to promote your small business.
In recent years, co-working spaces have become increasingly popular among professionals seeking a flexible and collaborative work environment. A co-working space is a shared workspace where individuals from different companies and industries work alongside each other.
The likes of Foster & Partners and BDP might dominate the industry press, but it’s actually thousands of sole practitioner and boutique studios dotted across the country that form the bedrock of the UK’s architectural profession.
Few businesses are more rewarding for your creativity than arranging stunning bouquets. Best of all, floristry is the kind of small business you can easily run online, from the comfort of your own home.
If you’re starting up your own clothing line, you’ll have put hours and hours into designing, creating and branding your products. And as any experienced designer will tell you, it’s imperative to consider trademarking your products.
The construction industry is booming — with almost one in five of the UK’s 5.5 million small businesses operating in the sector.
In recent years, it’s been tougher for property rental businesses in the UK. With changes in legislation and lending criteria has been tightened, regulations have become less generous and rental yields have fallen — but can lessors still have good earning opportunities despite these challenges?