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Jaded entrepreneurs often tout that business partnerships are more difficult to manage than marriage. While around half of all marriages end in divorce, a staggering eight in ten business partners reach a bitter end. Here's how you can keep the friendly flame burning

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Airports await expansion takeoff

The much anticipated decision on airport expansion at Heathrow or Gatwick has now been put on hold in the wake of the EU referendum result and will now be left to the next UK Prime Minister to announce plans sometime in October. 

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Perhaps you're a proponent of flexible working, enjoying an "anytime, anywhere" approach to managing your business. But do you  know when to disconnect from work? Here's how you can tell if you've crossed over to the dark side

Eight successful people and their bedtime habits

A good night's sleep may never make it on an entrepreneur's to-do list, but these eight successful people swear by it

The heart of the community: Charlotte's Group

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The secrets to job satisfaction? Time, change, and appreciation

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Going global? You need a worldwide web manager

These days, ‘going global’ can be as simple as having an international web presence. But when companies have different teams scattered all over the world, localised websites are often built in a way that drains resources and lacks consistency

Successfully maintain barriers to entry to slow the competition down, if not keeping them out entirely.

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Growth is one thing, but how do you get profitable?

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Four reasons why your property business needs social media

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A rested entrepreneur is a productive entrepreneur.

A rested entrepreneur is a productive entrepreneur.

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Take control of your day with the 10-3-2-1-0 formula by fitness coach, Craig Ballantyne 

Three brand lessons from Donald Trump

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Britain is seeing a boom in entrepreneurs

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Brits turning to entrepreneurship to escape bad working past

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The annual Directors’ Pay on AIM report is the most comprehensive review of directors’ remuneration on AIM available. It’s ideal for benchmarking your team’s salary, that of your organisation and even your own salary.