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Disruptive Minds: 2022 priorities – how can SMEs ensure they stay afloat?

The first ‘Disruptive Minds’ webinar hosted by the Great British Entrepreneur Awards and Vodafone covered the topic of priorities for SMEs in 2022 and investigated how they can ensure that they stay afloat.    Entering into a new year is often a time for reflection, for both individuals and organisations. Many businesses look back on their …

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Should business owners boost their asset protection?

In recent years uncertainty has been a commonly felt feeling around the world, with the effects of covid, Brexit and rises in the cost of living – and this is having particularly heavy effects on entrepreneurs, and their businesses.  In such an environment, where volatile, external factors may seem out of control, business owners may …

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Entrepreneurs and concentrated wealth: How to manage it

In some ways, the principles of a successful entrepreneur are poles apart from those of a successful investor. Entrepreneurs commonly pour everything into their business in order to start it, scale it and potentially sell it, including their time, talent, and treasure (capital). Business owners customarily concentrate their resources into the business. So, the idea …

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Astrid & Miyu expands into the US with a permanent New York store

Connie Nam, founder of Astrid & Miyu, previous Great British Entrepreneur Awards winner, and now judge, is marking the jewellery brand’s 10th birthday with international expansion into the US with the official opening of its first permanent international store in New York on June 24. The debut US store, located in New York’s Nolita district, …

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Sky announces £1m partnership with Black Equity Organisation, to back the growth of Black British Entrepreneurs 

Sky has announced a £1m partnership with the newly launched civil rights group, the Black Equity Organisation (BEO), to deliver the Future 100 Growth Fund, backing Black British entrepreneurs to launch and grow their businesses. As part of the initiative, Sky will look to diversify its own supply chains and create greater opportunities for SMEs. …

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