As a limited company director, you are entitled to various benefits and perks. One of the most valuable perks is being in charge of your salary.
Every successful business begins with a comprehensive and airtight business plan. A business plan serves as a roadmap for your business which outlines your goals, your finances, and your strategies and provides you with a clear direction for your entrepreneurial journey.
Welcome to our series: Women in Business. Over the month of August, our four-part blog series will be delving into the current business environment and the state of female entrepreneurship.
Starting and sustaining a small business is no easy feat, the availability of grants can be a game-changer for aspiring entrepreneurs and existing businesses alike. Read on for our comprehensive list of grants available for small businesses in 2023.
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.
You’ve set up your company, you’ve got a great team on board with your venture, and you’re ready to hit the ground running. But have you considered how you’re going to keep your IT setup secure?
Move over, Starbucks! Independent coffee shops are back on the rise, and ready to challenge the big brand monopolies.
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?