Monday 6 June
Sunday, June 5, 2011/
Today on StartupSmart, we have the start-up story of youth-orientated online publisher Sound Alliance.
The business now boasts an array of popular sites and big name advertisers, but it initially struggled to convince potential clients of its proposition.
If you are finding it tough to explain the benefits of your business to clients, make sure you read Sound Alliance’s excellent first-hand account of how you can turn things around.
Elsewhere, in the first of a monthly series, consultant Alan Hargreaves reviews two new entrepreneurial tomes in Business Book Club, while mentor Jane Shelton has some tips on how to separate work from family life.
And the creator of StartUp Smart, Amanda Gome, has launched another start up publication today. For those entrepreneurs interested in property investment, check out Property Observer which like Startup Smart is free and features the latest news and information on the property market.
You can sign up for its 2pm email alert here.
Oliver Milman, editor