When you own a start-up or small business it can be all consuming. You’ve created this company with your own hands, putting sweat, blood and tears into making it successful and can often find yourself completing many, or all of the administration tasks as well as the core business practice.
Today Keepoint is officially 5 years old. That is quite a big milestone for a business. Time has passed so quickly! Only 44% of businesses reach that milestone so I guess we’re in the minority. It certainly hasn’t been plain sailing all the way. Riding the emotional rollercoaster of launching a business has
For many start-ups and modern businesses the only way to effectively operate is by having a remote team, either with no physical headquarters or one office setting with multiple staff members spread over different locations. Whether this utilises freelance individuals, or on-staff members based around the country (or the world),
For many of us business owners the administrative tasks that clog up the day-to-day schedules can often have a huge, detrimental effect on the primary service of the company. There are some fantastic benefits to outsourcing when owning a business, here are just a few for you to mull over:
We all know that Britain is incapable of dealing with any slight change in the weather. Even though we haven’t had the best summer so far, we do often end up with a hot end of August and an Indian Summer into September, though this article may well put paid
Spring is well and truly here, even though we’ve already had a heat wave and a cold blast is already on the way. Many households use this time as inspiration to spring clean their homes and put their lives in order for the coming months and as a business owner
Holidays are difficult to book when you are a freelancer or business owner. You have all these pressures surrounding you related to your work that it is very hard to switch off. But we all do need to switch off and take a holiday from time to time. It helps
We believe the co-working boom is yet to reach its full potential and the possibilities of co-working are limitless. As the idea of co-working spaces in the UK continues to grow and see large numbers of self-employed people and part-time telecommuters take up part-time residence in different locations from day-to-day,