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With BusinessWings Starting a Business channel find out how to start a small business by reading articles and guides on all elements of the startup process – from starting a new business, to how to raise finance and how to write a business plan, to choosing a name for your business and forming a company, BusinessWings has helpful hints, tips and guides to get you started. So if you’re thinking of starting a business, or you’re in the early stages of establishing a business start-up, you’ll find plenty of valuable businesses help from business experts and entrepreneurs.
While potentially lucrative, there are many cultural, legal and economic considerations.
The advantages and challenges of being an entrepreneur in the modern-world.
Furniture and organizations systems, among others...
A guide to forming a limited company for small businesses
How Much Funding Will I Need? How Can I Raise the Money? What Taxes Will I Pay? And more!
Increasing automation and the end of paper-based reporting processes being just two.
How to deal with cash flow challenges.
Other Starting a Business Articles
- A-Z of start-ups: J, K, L & M
- Top small-business accountant Norman Younger discusses key staff members, learning and motivation
- A-Z of start-ups: G, H & I
- Top small-business accountant Norman Younger discusses growth, honesty and insurance.
- Postgraduate study for business leaders
- Middlesex University offers a wide range of postgraduate study options for future entrepreneurs.
- Opportunities to work online part time
- Looking for some extra income? Find about about opportunities to work online.
- Alternatives to bank finance
- Funding options available to SMEs and start-up companies.
- How I funded Shopcade
- Serial entrepreneur Nathalie Gaveau talks to BusinessWings.
- Managing cash flow in turbulent times
- With the UK economy officially back in recession, staying on top of cash flow is essential to growth.
- Storage tips for start-ups
- How to find the most effective storage solution for your business.
- Budget 2012: the verdict
- Accountants, entrepreneurs and executives ponder whether Britain is really now open for business.
- Budget 2012: business welcome for 'neutral' Budget
- Despite a commitment to maintaining the pace of deficit reduction, Osborne still had some presents for UK Plc.