We’re excited to announce the launch of two #StartMeUp Pitch competitions on 11 September 2017, where young entrepreneurs can win 6 months serviced office space at our newest Orega centres - Orega Liverpool and Orega Aberdeen.Read More
Nowadays with popular TV shows such as The Apprentice and Dragon’s Den, people may have rose tinted glasses when thinking about what it takes to become a successful entrepreneur. Unfortunately, it’s a harsh reality in the entrepreneurial world.
Quitting your job, taking the plunge and starting your own business can be a very daunting prospect. Not only this, many people may assume that the transition from being an employee to taking on the role of managing your own employees is a seamless.
You’ve decided to start your own business but you’re unsure as to what to do next. Being a business start-up has many stresses associated with it. Don’t let your business’ location be one of them. Working from home or your local coffee shop is.
“Never let a stumble in the road be the end of the journey” – a phrase that many of us will be all too familiar with, and rings especially true for entrepreneurs and business men and women alike. For a majority of entrepreneurs, failure is a.