35 min listen

Work in Progress season 2 – Financial Freedom: Strategies for business growth

On this week’s episode, we explore strategies for business growth with Eliot Brooks, Co-Founder and COO of Thriva Health, and Steve Moore, Co-Founder of Flight Club Darts.

Perspectives - 5 min read

“The war on dud” Tips on how to avoid wasting your time

Peter Nowlan, self-employed business coach shares his tips on how to make small changes in your approach to managing your time to see a big difference.

33 min listen

Work in Progress season 2 – Fearless females: How to raise capital (and the stakes)

It’s season 2 of Asto’s Work in Progress podcast, now hosted by journalist Angelica Malin. This episode, we’re talking to two amazing female entrepreneurs about launching and fundraising their businesses. 

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Running a business offline – know your market and your value

Should you use online channels to help grow your offline business? Independent antiques dealer Andrew Davis shares his experience of maintaining footfall and business offline.

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How to find the right funding

Dion McKenzie, co-founder of Color in Tech and part time investor, shares top points for finding the right funding for your business.

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How to run a successful self-employed personal trainer business

As a self-employed personal trainer, Rogan Allport shares a few home truths about the realities of running your own business.

Perspectives - 5 min read

Top tips on taking control of your finances and late payments

Are you thinking of going it alone in 2019? Want to take the leap from cosy PAYE slips and expense accounts to uncertain but exhilarating freelance life? Angelica Malin shares with you a few home truths about managing your cashflow.

Perspectives - 4 min read

Exploring all possibilities: how to diversify your business

Michelle is the founder of her wearable tech brand, Made with Glove, developing heated gloves for women. Here she shares her tips on how you could diversify your business.

Perspectives - 4 min read

The power of local businesses and community for startups

James started his own craft brewery (with minimal experience in making beer) in 2016. Here he talks about how other local businesses are a powerful and valuable network for empowerment, support, growth and cross-promotion.