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Why You Should Choose London As A Base For Your Business

Any entrepreneur knows the importance of a good base. It’s like baking a cake or building a house. If you don’t start with something solid, you’ll end up with a mess on your hands. For any business, the base is critical to the chances of future success. Some micro-businesses do well when their founders base them in their homes. That ... Read More »

How To Be A Better Manager

Management is an art, and it’s one that’s difficult to perfect. Of course, real artists like Picasso or da Vinci had a harder job, but still. Management’s an art, and it takes a lot of time and effort to do it in the right way. It’s easy to manage people in the wrong way. Losing sight of your priorities and ... Read More »

How To Carve A Lifelong Career As A Butcher

There are professions that will always be in demand and butchery is one of them. I accept that, at some point in the future, we might all become vegetarian, but that is unlikely to happen in our lifetime. Steve Johnson Maybe the thought of working with razor-sharp knives appeals to you, or you wish to learn a trade at which ... Read More »