If you are considering conducting business in the United Kingdom, there are a few important points to take note of. The UK government now offers more support towards new businesses, in part due to the 2008 economic recovery that affected most of the world.
Their support comes in the form of reducing red tape and the dismissal of certain employment taxation, which almost always plagues new business startups.
The firm, which is fronted by Queen drummer Roger Taylor's daughter, Tigerlily Taylor, more than doubled its initial target of £500,000.
It said the extra money would enable it to raise its profile through direct marketing and PR – with its ultimate goal being to sell 10,000 bras a month.
Google wants one thing (apart from more ad spend) – to provide helpful and relevant content to the people using their search platform. They’ve even created loads of free tools to help you achieve that, are you taking advantage?
The guys at XHTML Champs have highlighted some in their infographic
You spent thousands of dollars on journey mapping consultants, workshops, and tools, and you’re thrilled to have survived the exercise and walked away with some great-looking maps. Then reality sets in.
You were told that journey maps are the be-all-end-all tool for customer experience transformations. But looking at your maps, you suddenly have no idea what you need to improve or how/ where to begin to improve it. Now what? Where did you go wrong?
When it comes to running a start-up, it’s important to plan ahead. Although you will, inevitably, make mistakes all the way, you are more likely to succeed if you have a clear strategy and execute it in the correct manner. The majority of start-ups and new businesses fail within their first five years, so it’s vital that you do everything you can to stand out and make a splash in your new industry.
The rising stars of British business were celebrated at The Startups Awards last night, with winners selected from a diverse range of fields including pet food, pensions and personal grooming.
The key factor linking the winners’ success, however, has been the way they have embraced and pioneered cutting edge technology to better serve customers and disrupt established industries. For further information about the Startups Awards visit www.startupsawards.co.uk
The launch comes at a time when many traditional agencies are redefining themselves as ‘content experts’ – but with nearly 13 years of experience in strategic content marketing, Foxtrot Papa’s standing as one of London’s original content natives is both unique and undeniable.