Working to manage your time effectively to get more of the right stuff done is a skill that takes real discipline to master.
Young entrepreneurs need mentors as much as any big player.
To ensure your business is performing well and going in the right direction you need up-to-date and accurate management information – so make business and financial planning a regular habit.
When growing a business there are many areas to consider but, with careful planning, it’s entirely possible.
Since High Wycombe accountants, Haines Watts, joined in sponsoring a crowd-funding project to provide trading space for start-ups in the town centre, the initiative has flourished.
The Haines Watts Young Entrepreneur of the Year (HWYE) competition 2015 is looking for young entrepreneurs. Is this you – or someone you know?
Haines Watts has been awarded the title ‘Accountancy Firm of the Year – Larger clients’ and came a close second to winning ‘Accountancy Firm of the Year – Smaller clients’ at the prestigious FDs’ Excellence Awards.
The Haines Watts Young Entrepreneur of the Year competition 2015
Are you under 36 years old? Do you run your own business and want to stand out in a crowd? If so, then the Haines Watts Young Entrepreneur of the Year competition could well be for you!
There are increasing numbers of successful young entrepreneurs in the UK and one of the ways that some ‘stand out from the crowd’ is their ability to differentiate their business. This pays dividends when the market sector is crowded and the economy is picking up so customers have more buying power.
In a recent report, the New Policy Institute research group* said 29 per cent of 19-25 year-olds are in poverty – a six-point increase on a decade ago and the biggest rise seen in any age group. It found that the main reason was a fall in the employment rate among young people but housing costs were also a factor.