Being an entrepreneur is not easy. In fact, when it comes to a career path, it is probably one of the most difficult things you can do. Essentially, you are creating something from nothing. And on top of that, you are doing it all on your own. The lonely road to success Having a good […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Entrepreneurial Business Hubs the Key to Business Growth
The Intrepreneur – Maintaining Entrepreneurial Creativity in Organisations First there was the entrepreneur – The person who set up on their own, taking on financial risks in the hope of profit. Then came the mumpreneur – The mother actively balancing the roles of mum and business owner. There was the minipreneur – A vast army of micro […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Maintaining Entrepreneur Creativity in an Organisation – The Intrepreneur
Dayle Bayliss, owner of Dayle Bayliss Associates LLP, construction consultants, looks into the nation’s obsession with gaming and how it can be applied to business. Bill Gates once said: “Business is a game with few rules and a lot of risk.” And he was right. But you can forget learning the ropes by purchasing Park […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on The Great Game of Business – Gamification for Business Engagement
We are pleased to announce that our project @TheRec won the Regeneration Award at the East of England RICS Awards. Up against 5 other shortlisted projects the regeneration category honours exceptional improvements to urban, rural or coastal areas. The judges were looking for evidence to show that the scheme has conserved or improved the built or […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on @TheRec Wins Regeneration Award at East of England RICS Awards 2015
They say good things come in little packages. But, in the world of business, does this ring true? Here Dayle Bayliss takes a look at the benefits of being small. Post war politics has been largely dominated by two parties in the UK – Conservative and Labour. This two party system was then threatened by […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Small Businesses and Small Political Parties – What Can the Parties Learn?