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A social enterprise is a business with primarily social objectives, whose surpluses are reinvested in the business or in the community, rather than being driven by the need to maximise profit for shareholders or owners.
Social enterprises operate across the economy in areas as diverse as retail,...
How to Define Your Unique Selling Proposition (USP)
Whether starting a business for the first time, or aiming to grow a business, all companies need to understand what makes them stand out and appeal - but viewed through customers’ eyes!
This can help you develop your Unique Selling Proposition (USP), a statement of how your product or service...
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...
Whatever your business it will only succeed if customers like your product or service and are prepared to give you money in exchange. People rarely buy things just for the sake of owning them; they buy things to enable them to do the things they want to do to fulfil their needs.
That is why it...
About Shell LiveWIRE
Shell LiveWIRE combines an online support service and awards programme for young entrepreneurs in the UK
Shell LiveWIRE is one of Shell’s Social Investment Programmes
Since it’s inception in 1982, Shell LiveWIRE has helped over 600,000 young people in the UK to explore starting...
The UK is renowned for innovative design across disciplines ranging from communications, graphic, product and industrial, interior and exhibitions, digital and multimedia and service design.
Design is an integral part of modern culture combining aesthetic techniques, practicality and creativity...
Working From Home
Working from home used to be a complicated affair – whether you were a home-based business or a homeworker for a large company, it often involved reams of paper, boxes and files, not always having the correct information to hand and difficulties with customers and colleagues contacting you....