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Business English Lesson Plan: Start-Ups

Level: advanced

“Starting your own business is like riding a roller coaster. There are highs and lows and every turn you take is another twist. The lows are really low, but the highs can be really high. 741 more words


Movies that Matter: Inviting applications for ‘Start-up & Impact Grants' to promote the screenings of human rights cinema worldwide.

Funding brief: To promote the screenings of human rights cinema worldwide, Movies that Matter offers grants to human rights film events in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and Eastern Europe, especially in countries with limited resources and freedom of press. 723 more words


Start-up as Gamer: Puzzle

Puzzle. Puzzle is a type of game that almost all gamers and none gamers often plays at a spare time. Not because it is easy but it is puzzling on the brain that can make you hype. 480 more words

Startup Blog

Top 3 Tips To Simplify Your Paperwork

So you’ve started your small business (Yay, you!) and are excited to bring your beautiful products to the world.

One day you look around, and realize that you are spending half of your available hours either looking for something or trying to figure out whether you have money to take advantage of that amazing sale from your favourite supplier. 765 more words


Here's A Can't-Miss Offer For Small Businesses Like Yours (Because Every Business Needs A Blog)

Let’s be honest, owning a small business is hard.

You’re the kid with ten fingers in eleven holes on the bottom of the boat. You’re squelching fires when all you want to do is make a s’more and sing Kum-Baya. 305 more words


Get into the "Gig Economy"

Many of us already know what we want to do as an entrepreneur. Others are still kicking the idea around, searching for their place in this new “Gig Economy.” Here are a few side hustles to consider if you are still in that “search phase.” 164 more words

Business Planning & Strategy

Why work for a Start Up?

It’s a little over three years ago that I made the leap into the world of start ups. I’d been working in well established businesses for nearly a decade and steadily working my way up the ladder. 365 more words