Good selling gets to the heart of the buyer, and asks them a question it is easy to say ‘yes’ to. It works with investors too.
Scaling up a business takes founders out of their comfort zone when hiring, but being creative at this time, and looking at a rich talent pool of older workers can pay real dividends.
Condensing a business plan to a single page, rather than following a standard template, clarifies thinking and puts your startup in a great place to grow.
Young startup founders will not have experienced high inflation or interest rates. Flexibility, speed and willingness to take advice will help them.
Building a team in the scale-up phase is tough, but there are a few proven steps that can help along the way.
Location can be overlooked when setting up a business, but it can be very influential as the business grows.
Two innovators are waiting to meet a potential investor – which is more likely to be smiling this evening?
How do you use the first thirty minutes of each day?