“Keep calm and build resilience” reads the poster advertising the community events in a village near to where I live in Kent. I see a range of activities that aim to bring together the residents regardless of age or gender.
With the drama of the General Election now over, the world continues to turn and it now seems like business as usual (apart from the various leadership contests ongoing in several parties!) I thought I would summarise what some of
Entering the world of business and finding your way around as a savvy woman in this generation has never been more exciting, more so as there are opportunities at every corner to exercise your Entrepreneurial spirit without any boundaries. However, getting carried
As the election campaigns build, there are so many pledges and promises being made by all parties that it’s impossible to comment on them all! So this month I’m focusing on 2 areas which have undergone very real and significant
So, the Chancellor has delivered his Spring 2015 Budget Statement, with new measures announced across a wide variety of areas. Having focused on Pension Reforms in his Budget last year – with the changes about to take place from 6
Welcome to Amanda Redman I am delighted to announce that financial blogger Amanda Redman will be writing a regular post “Your Financial Life” for us here at Women in Business. She will be sharing news and the latest information on finance
With a record breaking 581,173 businesses setup in the UK in 2014, writing a good business plan might be more important than ever before. If you’re starting or running a business, writing a business plan might not be the most
A Beginner’s Guide to SEO Running a business without a website is like being a salesman without the ability to speak. You may have the best products or services, but no one will know about them. Because of this, there