Thursday November 1st, 2012

Having lots of ideas isn’t a bad thing but unless you have a firm grip on the essentials, you won’t get the results you’re looking for.


Today, Marc Peskett outlines three business basics every start-up needs to master. Dubbed the three Cs, they are clarity of focus, competitive advantage and cashflow.


Get these right and you’ll be in a much stronger position, Peskett insists.


Elsewhere, Simon Harris discusses whether you should get in early with Christmas discounting, and mumpreneur Amanda Jesnoewski offers up six key tips to avoid burnout.

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