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We are over the moon and on top of the world to have won at the Birmingham Awards for a recent Social Media campaign. Thank you so much for your votes and kind words of support and congratulations.
Social media is just one of the things we do and although we have almost twenty years of digital marketing experience within the team, the Soup to Nuts brand is souper new and very much an unknown cinderella on the Midlands scene.
Apart from how to come up with a great product and figuring out how to sell it, there are two other things we get asked for help with the most - websites and social media
This post is based on a recent, real life consultation with a prospective client - hair salon
Costa Coffee and Starbucks make it look so easy don't they? If your adorable little coffee shop is not making enough to cover its costs, what do you do? This post is based on a real life consultation with one of our lovely clients.
Find some inspiration to follow your passion with these amazing TED talks.
Even people that hate their jobs with a passion do not leave their jobs. These books speak to the potential that we all have inside of us to be our own boss.
Some people hate figures, maths and numbers. Whilst you can delegate the bookkeeping and accounting for your business, you still need to stay on top of a few numbers just to know whether your business is healthy.
In the words of the BBC cult TV show - Why Don't You Just Switch Off Your Television Set And Go Out And Do Something Less Boring Instead!
“It’s never been easier to start up your own business!” I’ve heard this countless times in the past few years from those that started businesses in the 80’s and 90’s and are now helping others to find their entrepreneurial spark.
None can live without toil, and a craft that provides your needs is a blessing indeed. But if you toil without rest, fatigue and weariness will overtake you, and you will denied the joy that comes from labour's end… Buddhist Maxim