The name you choose for your business has the power to make it more relatable and accessible but can also achieve the exact opposite. Here are some pointers on how to choose a killer name for your new business venture.
People get into small business for a host of different reasons, but all eventually find cause to move on. Here are five exit strategies that any small business owner should consider long before it comes time to pull the pin.
With competition stiffening in almost every industry, analysing your competitors carefully is a key part of creating a unique offering. Here are the three components that a solid competitor analysis should have.
The stresses of jointly running an SME can strain most interpersonal business relationships, sometimes to the point where co-founders believe they can’t continue. Fortunately, an equitable solution may not be out of reach, writes Mark Phillips.
For the first-time business owner, your ability to control costs is a critical success factor. But have you factored in these often-overlooked costs of running a business?
Depending on what you do, getting insurance for a business can result in some eye-watering costs. But being insured is absolutely worth it for the peace of mind, writes Ailsa Page.
You have a special set of skills, so your business should offer a clearly defined set of services. As a tradesperson, carving out your niche is a simple way to make business life easier.
Getting the best deal when buying a business (or selling one, for that matter) boils down to one key factor – preparation. In this article, Renae Smith explains how to get ready to make the deal of a lifetime.