Archive for the ‘Start-Ups’ Category

It’s March 17th and it’s a bank holiday in Ireland. Parades and celebrations go on all over the weekend also known as Paddy’s weekend

From a business perspective, going global refers to expanding overseas, setting up an offshore company, expanding to international markets.

Australia consistently ranks as one of the most competitive countries in the world, with the IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook highlighting its resilience. More importantly, Australia has successfully integrated with several of the most important Asian countries. Thus, Australia offers a great investment opportunity for entrepreneurs through the access it provides to the Asia-Pacific region.

A proper understanding of the Singapore business culture can assist those who intend doing business in Singapore, making it a simple and rewarding experience.

International tax planning is an important consideration for entrepreneurs who wish to expand their business into offshore markets and an area for potential cost savings.

A Funky Name, a Funky Business, and a Funky girl. That’s certainly what the Irish Dragons thought of Samantha Kelly […]

It has been just over a year since we launched TweakYourBiz TV (formally Bloggertone TV) and during that time, we were lucky enough to interview some truly knowledgeable and inspiring business people

Furniture Designer Leo Scarff talks about his motivation, methodology and secrets to surviving in an industry that has been hit hardest by the Recent property crash and economic recession.

I recently spoke to Claire Dalton of Dungarvan Brewing Company which is a relatively new company started in a recession and proving to be very successful. We discussed what prompted them to start the business, how they manage it as a family, the recent rise in popularity of Craft Beers, their use of Social Media and future plans. Plus some useful suggestions for start-ups.

Did you know January 23rd 2012 heralds in the year of the Water Dragon? It is said all ventures that begin in the Year of the Dragon will flourish. Even if you’re not superstitious, draw some business wisdom from the magical dragon in Chinese folklore. If you are curious about the qualities and forecasts ascribed to the new year of the Water Dragon and wonder if they apply to your own business, read on