Meet the Successful Founder: Andy Welch

Andy Welch Seriously Low Carb

THE BEGINNING: Like so many intriguing brands, Seriously Low Carb was born from personal circumstance.  Andy was a ‘busy mind’ who wasn’t happy with the way his career was heading.  Whilst the pay cheques remained enticing, his ‘work joy’ barometer had reached a new low ebb, whilst his sense of belonging and ‘personal worth’ was […]

Latest issue of The Successful Founder Magazine out now

The Successful Founder

Our latest issue is jam packed with over 50 helpful and inspirational articles on all things entrepreneurship, and includes a bumper luxury lifestyle section. It’s available via Readly UK, and subscribe for free here on this website and we can send you a link to a digital copy. We’re accepting commissions for our next issues […]

New Forest Luxury Hideaway – Argentor Cottage

Argentor Cottage, New Forest

Few holiday cottages are as picturesque as the 18th century thatched Argentor Cottage, nestled in the heart of the New Forest, five minutes from historic Beaulieu, and just 15 to Lyndhurst and local beaches with views across to the Isle of Wight.  Hatchet Pond is a short stroll away, from where beautiful sunsets can be viewed. Other local […]

Meet the Successful Founder: Natasha McCrea of Love CEO Institute

Natasha McCrea

Natasha McCrea is the founder of Love CEO Institute. She is a Speaker, Actress, Director and love and relationship coach who guides women into being the best version of themselves so they can attract what their heart desires and design the life they really want.     Can you tell us a little about your background and […]

5 Key ways to really improve team communications

team communications

Monday morning. 9am. A supplier meeting is being held in the swanky central London offices of a well-known organisation. There are 6 people present. Four from our well-known organisation and two from the supplier. The new director of strategy in the organisation has set the ambition for relationships going forward and it aligns with the […]

50% of UK’s smaller businesses owed £17.5 billion in late payments

How a head start on your tax return will benefit your bottom line

A detailed analysis of how the UK’s smaller businesses were impacted by COVID-19 and other economic challenges in 2020 has been published in a joint study by leading payments authority, Pay.UK, and Europe’s largest credit management membership body, the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM). The research, which set out to track how many organisations […]

How to spend your money when launching a food/drink brand

Where to spend your money when launching a food or drinks brand

The Food & Beverage sector attracts many eager start-up founders. And I’ve found that many like to think that they can launch their new brand on a shoestring budget. However, every business needs money to start and, believe me, the Food & Drink industry can suck up a lot more cash than many other sectors […]

The art of not-networking

The art of not-networking

12 November 2020|Business Growth, Latest Posts, Psychology By Vonnie Alexander.  This year of all years I have realised the importance of networking. I have looked at what happened to my business since Covid struck and I realised that my whole career to date has been leading me to here. I am self-employed and didn’t qualify for […]

How to choose a business partner

How to choose a business partner

12 May 2020|Business Growth, Launching a business, Psychology David Kindlon, CEO of Eppione, explains how the business was formed and the best ways to spot a potential entrepreneurial business partner.  I’ve worked in the insurance sector in Ireland for 20+ years, and joined a global network of insurance brokers in 2016, to help with understanding global […]