Many people have decided that this is going to be the year they finally take the leap and create their dream start-up. The bigger question is: What do you do next? BY POLLY McGEE.
If the worst-case scenario happened in your business, would you know what to do? BY POLLY MCGEE.
As we approach the season for resolution and review, I’ve put together a start-up checklist for time management. BY POLLY McGEE.
If you were asked what the value proposition of your product or service is, can you instantly, cleanly and simply lay it out? BY POLLY MCGEE.
What name do you use to define your family/work balance? Is the term mumpreneur a strong reflection of your identity or something that sits uncomfortably?
Money may be tight, but an external person can often see the flaws and risks that the love you have for your start-up has blinded you to. BY POLLY McGEE.
The secret to start-up sustainability and survival is that positive thinking must be balanced by an equally zealous embrace of risk management. BY POLLY MCGEE.
With the heady smell of economic downturn and financial crises in the air there's not much start-up optimism about. Here are the reasons to be cheerful. BY POLLY McGEE.
Facebook is still the big kahuna of the social media triumvirate. Here are the basics of how mumpreneurs can utilise this great tool. BY POLLY MCGEE.
The mystery and power of the tweet is still a somewhat confusing area for many mumpreneurs. Here are some tips for unlocking this powerful medium.