#SmallBizSatUK trended at number 1 all day on Small Business Saturday last year with over 100,000 tweets, reaching more than 25 million people. Sell more, grow your brand and be seen as the friendly supporter of your community on Small Business Saturday 2016 – we’ll serve you 8 actionable tips!
One of the 100 highlighted small businesses by Small Business Saturday UK is “Elevate Your Sole” – an independent boutique shoe shop in Prestatyn in northern Wales. Owner and iZettler Hal Holmes-Pierce reveals his learnings from starting, running and growing a business built on passion. In September he opened up his second independent shoe shop.
Continue reading Get ready to grow: Elevate Your Sole
Did you know that you’ll spend at least a year of your life standing in queue? Brits are internationally known for being great at queueing – make sure to turn this often annoying moment into something positive! Here are five hacks that’ll give you more business and happier customers.
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What gadgets or items do you love? Shoes, rings or maybe watches? Erin O’Connor is obsessed with jewellery and found a way to create a business out of her passion. This is how she did it!
We’re getting closer to Christmas – here are some proven ideas to boost sales as a retailer. Implement – not tomorrow – but today!
Second part in our food trend spotting series – what’s cooking London? We chatted with food blogger Kang Leong aka London Eater.
Continue reading Food trends 2017: London
Are you dreaming of starting a coffee shop? We serve you the hacks to get going – and chat with first-time cafe entrepreneur Stephania Pena-Nur who proves that big things start small.
Continue reading How to change your life by opening a coffee shop
It sounds easy but can be seriously challenging – when your concept is going to be transferred into a finished powerful video. No matter if it’s your friend or a small production company that will produce your video commercial, keep the following tips in mind, according to creative director Thomas Le Guellaff.