Entries by Augusta Moses

What start-ups want from the ‘City of Opportunity’

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Wolverhampton has been attracting the attention of foreign investment recently. According to Express and Star, work is currently under way on the i54 for the new location of engineering firm Tentec. This investment is set to grow Wolverhampton’s business landscape exponentially, as the new development will create new jobs, and attract other investors as the […]

What entrepreneurs can learn from IAFF World Athletics Championships

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Mo Farah did it again, winning gold in the 10,000m race at this weekend’s IAAF World Athletics Championship, held in London. Mo ran the race of his career defending his world titles, with Ugandan Joshua Cheptegei closely on his tail. There were however disappointing finishes from other Team GB athletes, who missed their moment on […]

What’s New This August?

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 PRINT 6 SUPPORTS BBC NICK KNOWLES DIY SOS BIG BUILD BBC DIY SOS programme arrived in West Bromwich last week, to help a family devastated by the death of a young mother. DIY SOS team started a campaign on social media calling for local businesses in the community to volunteer their time, services and materials. […]

Co-working = Happier Wolverhampton

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The online freelance platform, PeoplePerHour, recently forecasted that half of us could be working for ourselves by 2020. This also means that there will be a rise in demand for workspaces over the next 3 years. Traditionally when looking for business premises, people often considered conventional office spaces, nowadays co-working is becoming a trendier alternative […]

Why your small business needs professional photography

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SPARK co-working space has a new look. A piece of wall art has recently been installed, which depicts key landmarks in Wolverhampton, showcasing the city’s sporting, architectural and cultural heritage.The photographs were originally taken by Science Park tenant Codsall photography, which was then printed on vinyl and installed by Lyncraft Marketing Ltd.  Since the installation of this art work we’ve […]

Create it: Co-working places are the future of a happier Wolverhampton

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Millennials are the UK’s largest living generation, and retaining or attracting millennials (young people born between 1980 -2000) is an issue that is immensely important to Wolverhampton’s business community. The Gen-Y city project has indicated that the presence of young people in the city is a direct reflection of the city’s health and well-being, as […]

Part time entrepreneurs take back the weekend

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The weekend for most has traditionally been a time to unwind, catch up with family and friends. Small business owners are said to work long hours and are characteristically perceived to be the Jack or Jane of all trades, juggling all aspects of the business. Part time entrepreneurs, those who are full time employees during […]

Digital music production post Brexit

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The creative industries are no doubt a huge importance to the world’s economy, with the music industry contributing £3.5bn to the UK economy alone. However since the results of last June’s referendum, and the pound falling in value, the UK digital music industry is said to be seriously under threat, however a disconnection of opinions […]

Turn your kids into entrepreneurs this summer!

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This month, as the schools break up for the summer holidays, most parents would likely be thinking of what to do and how to keep the kids entertained over the next six weeks. The search would have begun for fun summer activities, including places to visit. Why not turn your kids into entrepreneurs? Nick D’Aloissio, the 17 year old London based entrepreneur […]