Your search for the tag funding produced 129 results.
Industry Insiders Case Study
Rachel Johnson of Industry Insiders talks about the difference some good PR can make when first starting out in business. Rachel won a Shell LiveWIRE Grand Ideas Award in February 2011. Industry Insiders arranges for experts in the media and creative industries to give motivational talks,...
Case Study: Green Street Media
Winners of a Shell LiveWIRE Grand Ideas Award in August 2010, Green Street Media offer a few words of wisdom about the importance of having an online presence.
Every marketplace is a competitive marketplace; a website is what customers use to choose between one business and another. That’s why...
Working with Partners: Aquaread
Kent based Shell LiveWIRE Grand Ideas Award winners Aquaread has
experienced amazing success since being established in 2008 due to their
continual development of cutting edge products.
However the company
has also forged some important links with partners that have helped them
grow to 8...
Case Study: TheJobCrowd
In this case study, Natasha Freeman shares her experience of using crowdsourcing. Natasha and her business partner, Keren Mitchell, won a Shell LiveWIRE Grand Ideas Award in December 2010. They are co-founders of TheJobCrowd, a careers resource that tells students, graduates and jobseekers what...
Case Study: Karma Active
Shell LiveWIRE Grand Ideas Award winner Luke Boulton-Major shared his opinions and experiences on business planning.
Luke is the founder of Karma Active. His business provides alternative sports programmes to school children. They offer sessions that involve young people of all ages and...
Top 5 Tips for Young Entrepreneurs: Not For Ponies
Rebecca Andrews of sustainable fashion brand, Not for Ponies, gives us her top tips for success in business.
1. Seek as much free business advice as possible
3. Don't feel disheartened or demotivated when it all goes wrong. This is part of business!
4. Learn to...
Top 5 Tips for Young Entrepreneurs: Coastal Connection
Struan and Cameron Smith of Coastal Connection offer a few guidelines on how to set up and maintain a successful business.
1. Do a lot of Market Research - look into everything
2. Keep an eye on the budgets and be strict - there is always some cost that pops up
3. Look at your...
Top 5 Tips for Young Entrepreneurs: Jude Pullen
Jude Pullen, designer of The Pressure Alert and winner of a Shell LiveWIRE Grand Ideas Award in June 2009, reveals his top 5 tips for aspiring entrepreneurs.
1. Understand your market fully. Who will buy and why - and how much for?
2. Know your competition - including IP / Prior Art.
Investors and Business Angels
In order to help your business grow, you might want to bring in outside investment in return for a stake in your business and a share of your profits. An investor can do more than just provide money. They can help you plan or run your business, provide valuable business contacts and act as a...
Information on how you can use Crowdfunding to raise finance for your business or project.
Crowdfunding (derived from the term 'Crowdsourcing') is a relatively new way to raise investment for your business or project from a wide range of independent sources, potentially from anywhere in the...