Posts Tagged: microbusiness

Getting started in the creative industries: review of Creative Review

I bought the current (August 2016) edition of Creative Review (CR) because of its focus on getting started in the creative economy. My work as mentor frequently brings me into contact with people wanting guidance in this area. The edition comprises

Getting started in the creative industries: review of Creative Review

I bought the current (August 2016) edition of Creative Review (CR) because of its focus on getting started in the creative economy. My work as mentor frequently brings me into contact with people wanting guidance in this area. The edition comprises

Circular business: collaborate and circulate

A persistent theme of this blog has been sustainability in business — hence the review of this book, a copy of which was kindly sent to me by one of the co-authors, Nancy Bocken. The bibliographic details are as follows:

Circular business: collaborate and circulate

A persistent theme of this blog has been sustainability in business — hence the review of this book, a copy of which was kindly sent to me by one of the co-authors, Nancy Bocken. The bibliographic details are as follows:

Banking and microbusiness: the ethical bind

Anthony Haynes writes: With my wife, Karen, I own and run a microbusiness – Frontinus Ltd: frontinus.org.uk. Since we don’t possess a widely recognised brand, we have, in order to develop business, to find ways to demonstrate that we are

Banking and microbusiness: the ethical bind

Anthony Haynes writes: With my wife, Karen, I own and run a microbusiness – Frontinus Ltd: frontinus.org.uk. Since we don’t possess a widely recognised brand, we have, in order to develop business, to find ways to demonstrate that we are

Creative Business: a review

Creative business: 10 lessons to help you build a business your way (Volante, 2010) by Tobias Nielsen, Dominic Power, and Margret Sigrun Sigurdardottir, is a tool designed to help creatives wise up on the business side of creativity. As the

Creative Business: a review

Creative business: 10 lessons to help you build a business your way (Volante, 2010) by Tobias Nielsen, Dominic Power, and Margret Sigrun Sigurdardottir, is a tool designed to help creatives wise up on the business side of creativity. As the

Making deals, stupid

One of the authors I work with is Tony Robinson OBE, co-founder of Enterprise Rockers and guru on micro-enterprise. Earlier this year we were discussing the question of what single skill most defined a successful entrepreneur. Yes, it’s an old

Making deals, stupid

One of the authors I work with is Tony Robinson OBE, co-founder of Enterprise Rockers and guru on micro-enterprise. Earlier this year we were discussing the question of what single skill most defined a successful entrepreneur. Yes, it’s an old

On non-fiction micro-publishing

I’m delighted to say I’ve been interviewed by Kirsty Fox of the Bees Make Honey Creative Co-operative, who publish one of my favourite websites on  creative industries.  The interview, which includes questions on such issues as finance, Amazon’s dominance, and

On non-fiction micro-publishing

I’m delighted to say I’ve been interviewed by Kirsty Fox of the Bees Make Honey Creative Co-operative, who publish one of my favourite websites on  creative industries.  The interview, which includes questions on such issues as finance, Amazon’s dominance, and

The future belongs to the niche players

When I first wrote a post about the analogy between books and beer (3 April), I intended it as a whimsical one-off, rather than a start of a series. But I keep finding quality online content about brewing that prompts

The future belongs to the niche players

When I first wrote a post about the analogy between books and beer (3 April), I intended it as a whimsical one-off, rather than a start of a series. But I keep finding quality online content about brewing that prompts