Posts Tagged ‘start up’

7 Things a Startup Company Should Think About

This morning I was thinking back to when I started my web design business in Exeter and how much both the business and I had changed. Back then, there were three of us, all very wet behind the ears (that’s a really odd saying isn’t it!). We were at University at the time (Exeter) and…

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Interview with Banksy and James

This post was done last year for our ninth birthday at Optix. As we turn ten next Monday I thought I’d revisit the interview for those that missed it. Interview with James Dawkins and Alastair Banks of Optix Solutions: It’s hard to believe that Alastair and James were merely 20 years old when they joined…

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Start by Selling Yourself

Well once again I find myself apologising for the time taken to write this post – At least I’m now settled in my new pad and have a computer at home so no excuses anymore 🙂 If you’re starting a business then I’m sure that like me, you’ll probably be selling something – either a…

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Business Mentoring and its Importance

Apologies for the time its taken me to write this post. Moving house has been my priority this last couple of weeks and left me very little time to sit down and think about this important subject. This post deals with the role business mentoring plays in successful businesses. It can be lonely at the…

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Its Networking, not Netsitting or Neteating….

So this is the first ‘REAL’ post then and hopefully the clue is the title…. I wanted to cover the one area of business I consider the lifeblood of any small company trying to build their business – Networking. Networking is the process of getting out and meeting other business people at breakfasts, lunches dinners…

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