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The 2 largest pitfalls small businesses face when hiring

The 2 largest pitfalls small businesses face when hiring

As a solicitor specialising in employment law, I am fortunate to advise businesses of all sizes — from well-established businesses experienced in employee relations to new owner-managed businesses taking their first steps into their chosen field. My experience has shown that different types of businesses face specific types of problems. This is absolutely true of start-up businesses. For example, how should a start-up business deal with an unexpected employment tribunal claim, unforeseen maternity obligations or a former employee soliciting their valuable client base?

Written by Martin Love
Nov 30th, 2015
The Four Tenets of Bootstrapping a Tech Startup

The Four Tenets of Bootstrapping a Tech Startup

Plunging yourself into the world of entrepreneurship and developing an idea into a thriving, profitable business is one of the most exciting and rewarding adventures anyone can embark on. But walking the road to startup success can also be one of the most stressful, nerve-wracking, and exhausting experiences too. One that, more often than not, ends in defeat and disappointment.

Written by Gavin Morrice
May 13th, 2015
How to protect your website from Mobilegeddon!

How to protect your website from Mobilegeddon!

The day of reckoning has arrived.

Written by Gavin Morrice
Apr 23rd, 2015
Interview with Ian Isherwood, CEO of DateME Kenya

Interview with Ian Isherwood, CEO of DateME Kenya

This is the first in a new series of blog posts in which we pick the brains of proven entrepreneurs and interesting figures in the startup world, find out what makes them tick, how they approach their problems, and what advice they can share.

Written by Gavin Morrice
Apr 22nd, 2015
Why you should build your web startup using Ruby on Rails

Why you should build your web startup using Ruby on Rails

I can still remember how my face lit up with delight at the laptop screen in front of me. This was back in 2008 — I was sitting in my small apartment in Ålesund, Norway. It was the first time I tried Ruby on Rails and I was like a dog with two tails.

Written by Gavin Morrice
Apr 20th, 2015

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