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Startup Lessons from Failed Startups

Over the past few years, there has been an increased interest in startups. Long gone are the days of traditional businesses, as the current generation is more exposed and well-informed. Nowadays, there is more of a social acceptance towards entrepreneurs and with the right set of skills and drive, startups […]

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How to Get Your Startup Plan Off The Ground

As the saying goes “great things come from small beginnings”, every big company we know today like Facebook, and Google started as a startup. Most of them began with just a small budget, limited manpower, and few to no investors at all. If you’re currently in the process of building […]

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Disruptive Peer-to-Peer Small Business Models Are Thriving

The 21st Century is a time when anyone can become a small business owner. The golden age of the internet is breaking down barriers and transparently connecting people. Specifically, we’re finally reinventing the middleman by adopting peer-to-peer business models like Uber and Airbnb. These worldwide ‘share economy’ businesses are disrupting […]

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What Is A Cash Advance?

In the current financial climate, Cash advances or small business loans are becoming a popular option for businesses for a number of reasons. FSB explains what cash advances are, how they work, and what you can actually use them for. What is a cash advance? A cash advance is a way […]

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Tips for More Effective Interviewing in 2017

The job market is in an upswing, which is welcome news for both employers and employees. For those who are doing the hiring, it’s important to understand the latest trends associated with bringing on new staff. This starts with improved recruitment strategies and a better employee experience. Business leaders often […]

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Small Business Security: Protecting Customer Data

In 2015, 2.5 million data security breaches occurred in the UK, 74 percent of which affected small businesses. This 14 percent increase over the number of incidents in 2014 highlights the necessity of establishing strong security measures to keep customer data safe. Get Your Act Together The Data Protection Act […]

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