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Buying a Franchise vs. Starting a Business

Buying a Franchise vs. Starting a Business

Maybe, you’ve been long ready to make a new career move by leaving your 9-till-5 job or by scaling up your self-employed business to get it to the next level. But you’ve been having doubts on how to go about it. Start up a new company or explore other less risky business opportunities, such as…

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[Guide] How to Start a Cleaning Business in the UK

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Have you ever dreamt of being your own boss? Of setting your own working hours and keeping the profits of your labour? If yes, you are one of the many entrepreneurs on the cusp of building the life and career you have always wanted. As a business owner you

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9 Tips for a Successful Development – Rune Returns to BBB

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As someone who’s developed a £32 million turnover business from nothing in less than nine years, Fantastic Services CEO and Co-Founder Rune Sovndahl is often asked to provide advice for entrepreneurs. The latest publication to receive some of the pearls of wisdom he earned during the building of Fantastic Services is Business Business Business magazine,…

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Entrepreneurs Tips on Authority Positioning

Being viewed as an authority is a great way to gain brand recognition – and to boost your prestige both as an entrepreneur and as a business. So what should you do in order position yourself as an authority in your field? CEO Blog Nation sat down with 20 entrepreneurs and business leaders and asked them…

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​Financial Times Suggests Co-Founder “Pre-Nups”

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One of the most important things to get right when starting a business as an entrepreneur is the team you’re going to build. This is all the more critical when you’re starting a business in partnership with someone – even if they’re your close friend, or even your brother or sister, the Financial Times has discovered!

In their recent article, the FT suggests that business co-founders write “pre-nups” in much the same way that couples do before getting married. Fantastic Services CEO and co-founder Rune Sovndahl was asked to join other business leaders in contributing their experience to the piece.

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