The Savvy Guide to Kick Starting Your Small Business The Savvy Guide to Kick Starting Your Small Business

The Savvy Guide to Kick Starting Your Small Business
31 Jan 2018

By Ian Marshall

Small business owners can get a raw deal. They work long hours and are often hampered by bureaucracy. In his new book, The Savvy Guide to Kick-Starting Your Small Business (£14.99 Panoma Press), Ian Marshall shows his readers how to take a simple, bite-sized step-by-step approach towards creating a stronger, more profitable business.

Small business owners often feel that they are stuck in a rut. However, business development is very accessible to all. This new book can help you to focus your attention on business survival and growth.

When it comes to building a successful business, the savvy business owner knows from experience what works and what doesn’t. That experience is usually gained after a sometimes-difficult zigzagging journey of trial and error. But what if you could tap directly into much of that invaluable experience? In his new book, Ian Marshall provides a practical guide that has been designed to help you get on the right track to build your successful business.

From developing ‘self-leadership’ skills to learning how to work ‘smarter’, avoid time-wasters and stay relevant, Ian guides you through the steps to creating a business that works for you. Ian’s genuine interest in small business comes across with his inspiring and motivational writing.

One of the fundamental aspects of The Savvy Guide to Kick-Starting Your Small Business is showing you how to prioritise your time.

A recent Office of National Statistics study found that just over 45 per cent of small businesses will survive past their first five years. Ian’s guide comes at the ideal time for small business owners to take control of their company’s future.

He explores the different elements that are vital if your business is to survive, for example, he shows you how to handle your finances and how to deliver a good marketing plan. Ian warns that you will need to work on a range of aspects of your business, in combination, in order to achieve your goals.

Ian recognises that small businesses in the UK have a tough time, especially in the early years. His guide clearly shows that there really is a way for all small business owners to get a better deal and to gradually strengthen and grow their business.

Having held senior roles in both large multinational companies and small businesses, Ian has written this book utilising his broad experience of the commercial world and detailed understanding of what makes business tick. Ian has over 40 years’ experience working in a variety of businesses, and he currently runs an accountancy practice.

By Ian Marshall

Small business owners can get a raw deal. They work long hours and are often hampered by bureaucracy. In his new book, The Savvy Guide to Kick-Starting Your Small Business (£14.99 Panoma Press), Ian Marshall shows his readers how to take a simple, bite-sized step-by-step approach towards creating a stronger, more profitable business.

Small business owners often feel that they are stuck in a rut. However, business development is very accessible to all. This new book can help you to focus your attention on business survival and growth.

When it comes to building a successful business, the savvy business owner knows from experience what works and what doesn’t. That experience is usually gained after a sometimes-difficult zigzagging journey of trial and error. But what if you could tap directly into much of that invaluable experience? In his new book, Ian Marshall provides a practical guide that has been designed to help you get on the right track to build your successful business.

From developing ‘self-leadership’ skills to learning how to work ‘smarter’, avoid time-wasters and stay relevant, Ian guides you through the steps to creating a business that works for you. Ian’s genuine interest in small business comes across with his inspiring and motivational writing.

One of the fundamental aspects of The Savvy Guide to Kick-Starting Your Small Business is showing you how to prioritise your time.

A recent Office of National Statistics study found that just over 45 per cent of small businesses will survive past their first five years. Ian’s guide comes at the ideal time for small business owners to take control of their company’s future.

He explores the different elements that are vital if your business is to survive, for example, he shows you how to handle your finances and how to deliver a good marketing plan. Ian warns that you will need to work on a range of aspects of your business, in combination, in order to achieve your goals.

Ian recognises that small businesses in the UK have a tough time, especially in the early years. His guide clearly shows that there really is a way for all small business owners to get a better deal and to gradually strengthen and grow their business.

Having held senior roles in both large multinational companies and small businesses, Ian has written this book utilising his broad experience of the commercial world and detailed understanding of what makes business tick. Ian has over 40 years’ experience working in a variety of businesses, and he currently runs an accountancy practice.