Entrepreneurs are blind – #business

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The ability to grow an idea into a business need not be such a difficult task. Entrepreneurs sometimes become blind to the obvious, convinced that their vision is the only possible route towards success. The entrepreneur’s inability to seek help or let go of their creation is sometimes the reason why they fail, avoiding or dismissing processes which offer better methods and practices. In other words they do not seek advice or take advice. Getting more people on board can provided the tools and techniques that can noticeably improve efficiency and growth, which in turn will lead to a faster return on investment and increased profits.

Hire new staff. There are many government sponsored youth employment schemes available for new business ventures  to benefit from:

PRIME Minister David Cameron has highlighted the important role of apprenticeships in reviving the UK’s economic fortunes. Speaking during National Apprenticeship Week, he outlined a vision for it to become the new norm for young people to either go to university or start an apprenticeship.

via Exeter Express and Echo

The Prime Minister will challenge employers, educators, and the government on how we can reach this aspiration and expand apprenticeship opportunities for young people, so that those who aspire to get ahead and want to take one up can. This is similar to what happens in Germany where the vast majority of school leavers go to university or into an apprenticeship. Read more…

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