Courtesy navigation

Heading: 
Sole trader or limited company?

Green go button{{}}If your market knowledge or research leaves you believing your business idea is a good one, your next step is to decide which type of business to set up. Sole trader is the most common choice, while others choose to form a limited company. Each has advantages and disadvantages.

Sole trader or limited company? >>

Tried and tested business

“Why become a franchisee? I wanted to be my own boss, while using a tried and tested business model. I also needed support and guidance with certain aspects of running a business."

Former West End actress and singer Daniele Coombe tells us:

How and why I became a franchisee >>

Start-up stories

How we started our microbrewery business - beer garden{{}}“Base your business on something you love. That way it won’t seem like work and it will drive you on when the going gets tough”

John Marsden of the Melwood Beer Company

Syndicate content