We’re busy, busy, busy these days. So todays post is a re-post. But one well worth revisiting if you ask us! Especially for you fellow business owners out there.
As in this post we look at the Top 5 online resources for start-ups and small businesses.
Whether you’re just getting started or have been running your own business for a while Gov.uk has a wealth of resources that you can dive in to. Their topics covers everything from how to write a business plan, to how to actually set up a business in the UK.
This Week in Startups
This Week in Startups is weekly videos covering an array of helpful topics. Most of the videos are quite long, but they are also packed with incredible helpful information and inspiration. A good place to start, especially if you are interested in how to draw in those precious customers is this video on the Hook and Content and Low-Cost Marketing.
Smart Passive Income
Pat Flynn is, with his 100,000 likes on Facebook, a bit of an internet-celeb these days, at least in the world of start-up podcasts. This is a says what it does on the label type podcast. Pat Flynn mainly focuses on passive income endeavours and gives tips and tricks for how to go about it. Listen to Smart Passive Income here.
Entrepreneur is a treasure trove of useful articles – spanning from tips on who and how to hire to ways to amp up your productivity. If you’re not careful, however, you can end up spending a lot of time here, as the site has this sneaky feature, where a new article unfolds when you reach the end of the one you were just reading. Visit Entrepreneur.com here.
One thing is staying on top of what is happening within your particualr industry, but you also need to stay on top of what is going on generally. New legislation, a piece of breaking news or a general shift in popular opinion might very well affect your business, and you need to be a step ahead, so that you can roll with it, instead of being knocked over.
… as an additional treat General Assembly has compiled a list of the Top 10 Start Up founder blogs that you should be reading.