Monthly Archives: November 2011

Three SEO Tips to Consider Companies

Search Engine Optimization is the way for businesses to be found online. Search engines use complex algorithms to determine what websites should correspond to the search queries users type in. Crackin Read More...

Natalie Warne: Being young and making an impact Media

A great TED talk here from Natalie Warne, this is inspiring and shows what little things we do can help come together to make a big change. Very inspiring, so take 12 minutes from your day to watch th Read More...

8 Celebrity turned Investors Media

You've probably heard/read about celebrities investing in startups. If you havent, In short It seems like celebrities have decided to change location from hollywood to silicon valley investing heavily Read More...

Q/A Session with Anna Bullus – Product designer behind The Gumdrop Bin Interviews

Don’t you just hate when you got that new shoes/trainers on and then it happens, you step on a piece of gum and you’re suddenly left with the task of scraping it off the bottom of your shoes. Let Read More...

Meet an Apprentice – Interview with Leon Doyle Interviews

If you’re still staring at the picture trying to figure out where you’ve see this face...Umm... He was probably on your TV screen on shows like Dragons Den and recently The Apprentice. Leon is not Read More...

Vision Entrepreneurship

‘They say anything’s possible, you gotta dream like you never seen obstacles’ – J Cole What are the qualities that make people successful? Hardwork? Perseverance? Passion? No doubt these are t Read More...

Getting Your Business Online: Effective Ways Media

By now, most business owners know just how important it is to be able to reach an online audience. Whatever field you work in, whatever products or services you offer the chances are you will be able Read More...

Can entrepreneurship be taught in schools? Entrepreneurship

Photo via [Flickr] A while ago, a friend of mine sent me the link below asking for my perceptive on the whole issue. We ended up discussing it through emails and since then I've had more people ask me Read More...

My Journey so far – Anthony Ganjou Start-Ups

Editor's Note: Following our article on CURB, we decided to find out more about what Anthony's currently working on, tips for young entrepreneur and his journey so far. I am a creative entrepreneur pa Read More...

From selling tennis balls to LMChampagne distribution in the UK – Tom Ellis Start-Ups

Recent graduate and young entrepreneur Tom Ellis started his business aged just 16 selling tennis balls from his room at school. However it soon became apparent that the tennis balls were an extremely Read More...

Anthony Ganjou founder of Curb Entrepreneurs

Curb has identified outdoor, sustainable media as a viable option for successful advertising and PR campaigns for big name brands and agencies. In 2008, at the age of only 27 years old, and amidst the Read More...