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The Entrepreneurial Myth

How can successful athletes make the move from sport to business?

By Guest Contributor Ferran Martínez  When you are enjoying your career as an athlete it can feel all-consuming and it’s hard to think ahead to when your sports career will end.  For athletes, their passion, drive perseverance will help them succeed.  To create and build a business from your sport…

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What can you do to improve your businesses processes?

By Guest Contributor Marieta Bencheva There is more to processes than you might imagine. Yes, they describe what needs to be done, how and in what order. However, they are also a key part of your business culture. They reflect your business values and the reasons you do what you…

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Ways to lower your company and personal tax

By Guest Contributor Jonathan Amponsah   2020 is now underway. Did you have tax reduction as a New Year’s resolution? Whether you did or not it’s a good idea to consider ways that you can reduce your company and personal tax bills.

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The Entrepreneurial Myth distorts failure, skews success and promotes business churn

Last week we saw the publication of The Entrepreneurial Myth: A Manifesto for Real Business by Louise Nicolson. Entrepreneurs are defined as all-powerful, never-fail gurus who shoulder our collective necessity for enterprise. Promoted through education, politics and media, the mythical entrepreneur bears little relation to the messy reality of running…

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