The start-up business guide for mums who want to be their own boss.
The scary thing about being a sole trader, a freelancer, a mumpreneur or a self-employed whatever is the accounting. You may be able to keep the books straight but what if you don’t know how to keep them tax efficient? You need an accountant you can speak to occasionally. The problem is, most traditional accountants work by taking all your paperwork, fiddling about with it on Sage and then producing
Networking is fantastic for growing your business and our groups also offer a warm, fun and supportive environment.
If you own your own business, here are some tips on how to run your own PR.
Husband and wife team Stephen and Karen Wattleworth explain how they manage to work and stay happy together.
A creative and profitable business opportunity for part-timers of full-timers.
Belly Busters is the brainchild of Sue Andrews, a storyteller in libraries, kids club and schools across Sandwell and developed the game as a way to encourage healthy eating.
Preschool music classes offer career change to escape the rat race.
Antonia Chitty offers some advice on how to go about starting a business from home.
Geraldine Bedford tells us about her growing clothing business.