Need Workplace? Check SHED LONDON!

  By Miseon Im     If you JUST started your business or you are a freelancers, you might struggle with workplace or meeting room with co-workers. Here is a proper and fancy place in Haggerston, London. ‘Shed London’ provide desk spaces and 2 of photography studios.   At the entrance, cozy café is located…

3 Important Tips For Facebook Marketing

By Miseon Im   According to Statista that provides online statics and market research about companies, MAU (Monthly Active Users) of Facebook reached 1.74 billion last year. The thing is teens and twenties have 51% of MAU who can be potential active consumers so that Facebook has become much more important to people starting up…

Brick Lane Market Review

By Miseon Im The Brick Lane market is east end’s hotspot, no doubt. Unique and peculiar vibe of this area consists of Bangladeshis and Jewish culture since they has settled in this area at 17th century. Because lots of vintage(second-hand clothes) shops and unique goods shops are gathered in this area so that young hipsters…

Is CCTV necessary or not?

  By Miseon Im   There was burglary in a café ‘Sapid Coffee’ on 20th of March, 2017. A member of staff found the door is broken when she arrived to open the café at 6am in the morning. The glass on the door was smashed and money about £200 on the till was stolen….

Q&A: Jack Emsden – Poet

By Benjamin-Harry Gladwin Jack Emsden is a poet based in South East London, he recently independently released his first collection of poems called ‘Remember that feeling, I sold it’ after placing first with his team at the 2017 UniSlam performance poetry competition. He is also due to perform at the Royal Albert Hall next year…

Interview: Jarrod Burke – Business Owner

By Benjamin-Harry Gladwin Jarrod Burke, 21, owns his own American food business called “Randell’s” with two stores in the Midlands. One in Market Harborough and the other in Kettering. He’s doing a lot better than some people who are twice his age but you wouldn’t know to meet him. “There are already a few stores…

Greenwich Market Reveiw

By Jaspreet Kulair If you think going to one London market means that you have been to them all – you’re wrong. When stepping out the DLR station into Greenwich, you will forget you are in London. This quaint area bordering the thames holds a bustling market containing over 120 stalls. Like many markets Greenwich…

8 Tips To Help Your Enterprise From Small Business Owners

By Jaspreet Kulair If your thinking of becoming an entrepreneur in the creative sector and need some guidance, here are a few tips from business owners who have been through the daunting teething stages of their very own businesses. 1) Don’t get discouraged -When its your very own work or product for sale, its easy…

How Brexit Will Affect Small Businesses

By Jaspreet Kulair  The Brexit referendum was announced on the 24th of June 2016 leaving many of the UK’s small and medium sized business or enterprises unsure of the financial stability of ones business, after the referendum results are triggered on the 29th of March. For many SME’s trading outside of the UK is one of…

Art Trails – An Outlet For Amateur Artists

By Jaspreet Kulair Starting a business is daunting enough even if you are fully qualified and have thought of every possible outcome. Being an entrepreneur comes with a multitude of unanswered questions- Will I be successful? Is my business venture financially viable? This and many other options have to be considered when starting a business,…

Running a Family Business

By Jaspreet Kulair “If my parents can travel from India not knowing a word of english and still set up their very own business anyone can” – Karamjot Singh a student from Thames-mead at the age of 20 spoke with pride of his parents accomplishments after deciding to move to Britain. Karamjot along with his…

Event Alert: Silicon Drinkabout-Old Street

By Benjamin-Harry Gladwin Silicon Drinkabout is a global mixer event started by online tech community ‘Three Beards’. The London event happens on Friday’s at The Shoreditch Grind on Old Street, in the heart of the blossoming East London tech start up industry. In typical Shoreditch Style, The Grind boasts an industrial come American diner feel….