Wednesday 19 January
Tuesday, January 18, 2011/
Today, we focus on a key entrepreneurial trait – flexibility.
Start-up Entity Solutions was facing closure until it managed to revamp its business model and flourish.
Matthew Franceschini, CEO of the contractor organisation firm, provides some invaluable insight to start-ups on how to overcome competitors and regulatory change in order to reinvent a business.
Elsewhere today, we profile DVD start-up Oovie and find out why co-founder Ian O’Rourke feels that the company only has a five-year window to achieve success.
Meanwhile, Taskmaster has Steve Jobs in mind as he advises you to have an emergency managerial plan in place.
Oliver Milman, editor
Feel the churn: How to bounce back after losing staff and clients Sue Parker DARE Group founder
Own it: The 10 things you need to do to manage your personal brand Lisa Stephenson Who Am I Projects founder
How to call your team into action with a winning presentation Emma Bannister Presentation Studio founder
The link between diet and mental health — and how to eat your way to wellbeing Kate Save Be Fit Food co-founder
From interactive videos to AI: The five marketing trends that will dominate 2019 Warwick Boulter Collaboro co-founder
Australia is leading the legaltech revolution, but what does this mean for lawyers, firms and clients? Jodie Baker Xakia founder
Why a video news release needs to be part of your PR strategy Leisa Goddard Adoni Media managing director
Want to catch more customers? Here's how to create a super sales funnel Jovana Vujnic Bumper Leads founder