China is a geographically huge country, it covers over 3.700 Sq miles making it the fourth largest country in the world, behind Russia, Canada, and the USA, in that order.
For newly launched businesses, keeping control of finances is a necessity and those that act nonchalantly about expenses will often pay the price later down the line.
For many entrepreneurs, launching a business is an exciting time. Focusing so much effort into your ideas and seeing them take form is a great achievement. However, I have spoken to a lot of startups in the past that feel as though they have reached the finish line by simply getting their business off the ground. In reality, this is when the hard work really begins.
Business really does matter and this has been proven beyond doubt by the way Communist China has adopted a business attitude.
People from all walks of life consider starting their own business everyday but many have relatively little or no experience of how to go about it, or even more importantly how to avoid the early pitfalls.
Excellent news about the help for mortgages which in turn supports house building. It should create a major kick start for the housing sector which in turn will create thousands of new jobs.
I have received many calls and emails over this weekend including one from Canada, congratulating me on becoming the new Dragon to replace Theo Paphitis who is leaving to concentrate on other interests.
Jessop’s the camera store which was over 80 years old collapsed just after Christmas 2012 in what has become a maelstrom of catastrophic events for UK retailing. HMV, Blockbuster, Comet and many others have disappeared from our high streets during 2012 and there are sure to be more to follow. So what does this mean? Is the Global or local economy, or the internet to blame, or perhaps all three?