Around 70% of new UK businesses start off in the home, and it's not hard to see why. It's low cost, convenient, and the money saved on commercial property can be ploughed back into growing your brand.
Jumping in and acquiring your first office space can be a very exciting prospect for any small business. However, there are also many important things to consider before dipping your toe into the water.
When the storm clouds gather, and news headlines proclaim tough trading conditions ahead, company directors and managers across the country look at ways of shoring up their businesses during the rainy season.
It is best to be aware of the legal implications...
Virtual offices can provide an inexpensive alternative to renting your own business premises.
Deciding where to run your business could be determined by the nature of your work, running a restaurant from home is probably not a good idea and a window cleaning business is unlikely to need swanky offices!