The UK’s biggest nationwide enterprise competition for young people has relaunched. And this year it even has the support of old Beardy himself
In the early days of a start-up, most entrepreneurs are concerned with finding money to put in, not how much they can take out. But, at some point, the unspoken question of salary begins to loom
Applying for an overdraft needn’t be arduous. Clive Lewis gives us the lowdown on how to make the process as hassle-free as possible
Once upon a time, pricing products and services was comparatively easy. But now, making sure you’re giving the right price involves a lot more thought
Having a 90-day gap between completion and receiving payment can place severe limits on growth. By releasing a little capital ahead of time, invoice financing can help ease the transition between the sales pitch and payday
Cash accounting could create second tier businesses, says Clive Lewis, ICAEW’s head of enterprise
In 2010, Anthony Thomson opened Metro Bank, the first new high-street bank in more than 150 years. It’s now worth a cool £1bn – but the serial entrepreneur isn’t ready to rest on his laurels just yet
You’ve got the business as far as possible using cash loaned by friends and family, but now the cupboards are bare. What’s the best way to approach investors and what can you do to prepare for their interrogations?