Start Your Business – Now

THINKING of starting a new business? You’re not alone. And now is the time to act. There has been a sharp rise in the number of people working for themselves and this figure includes those who have just lost jobs because of the recession and are starting out on new ventures.

The majority of part-time or self-employed people in the UK are women and there are many ambitious, entrepreneurial people  finding work for themselves and testing out new ideas. These go-ahead thinkers will help turn the economy around and create that much-needed buoyancy in the private sector, with jobs being created to help growth. Are you one of those people?

Redundancy can be a launchpad for many and Start Up Britain, the Government-backed scheme mentioned in last month’s newsletter, can only be a benefit to those wanting to step onto the first rung on the business ladder.

You can be one of the people who helps the British economy recover. What’s stopping you?



3 Comments

  • Starting a business now is what one or two of my friends have done out of necessity and they are making a go o0f things.
    While the Government’s help is good, there is still a reluctance for banks to lend so there must be a note of caution there. On the whole it is a good thing to do.

  • Businesses are finding it difficult because of the lending situation, that is a big problem. The big four banks aren’t playing ball and it’s a hard act trying to get working capital.
    You have to come up with a decent business plan to convince them it is worth lending to you.

  • Starting up on your own is not as difficult as it sounds. It is a great way to feel good about yourself and that sense of achievement is a wonderful thing.
    You must be prepared to delegate though.

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