This week’s Secret Soloist answer comes from Jane Shelton, managing director of Marshall Place Associates.
Home-based businesses might not have to worry about office rents and staff wages, but that doesn’t mean that they completely escape time-consuming red tape.
I’ve just quit a busy office environment to go it alone. How can I make the adjustment to being by myself?7:33AM | Wednesday, 11 July
This week’s Secret Soloist answer comes from Jane Shelton, author of No Workplace Like Home.
Taking the plunge and becoming your own boss is risky at the best of times, but the danger for sole traders is higher than for other types of business.
Today on StartupSmart, we look at how Business Enterprise Centres are shaping up to cope with the changing demands of Australian start-ups.
This article first appeared on July 17th, 2012. The advantages of starting your business from the comfort of your own home are clear – you keep your overheads to a minimum, you eliminate the daily commute and you can be flexible with your hours.
Today on StartupSmart, we look at how the funding of Aussie start-ups is shifting from our shores.
Operating a home-based business is no longer reserved for stay-at-home mums and retirees. Technology has made it incredibly easy for almost any business venture to begin at home.
If you’ve recently started up a business, your New Year’s resolutions shouldn’t revolve entirely around losing a few chocolate-fuelled kilos or keeping cigarettes away from your yellowing fingers.