Online business resource aims to reduce level of business failures during recession
Online PR News – 20-August-2009 – – London, UK ( Onlineprnews ) August 20, 2009 - With UK businesses seeing the toughest trading conditions they’ve seen in decades, business owners need all the good advice they can get. (http://www.startupdonut.co.uk) Start Up Donut is a new free resource that’s been designed specifically for entrepreneurs and start up businesses in the UK. It covers every aspect of starting up and running a new business.
“At Start Up Donut we’re positive about the opportunities for business, but let’s be realistic, a well-run business will always be more competitive, and right now ensuring your business is well-run is critical to survival” says Mick Dickinson from BHP Information Solutions, which owns and operates the site.
Start Up Donut covers every aspect of launching and running a new (http://www.startupdonut.co.uk) business, from the pre-launch right through to start-up phase. It features content from recognised experts, including video and audio material. As well as information and advice, there are downloadable toolkits, resources and a forum where entrepreneurs can share problems and seek advice.
And if, after doing their research, a visitor to Start Up Donut decides they do want professional advice, the site can connect them with business advisory services and professionals throughout the UK.
“We know that entrepreneurs often want to keep costs down by doing as much as possible themselves, and Start Up Donut will help new businesses do just that,” says Mick.
“But equally, sometimes it is necessary to get in outside expertise and Start Up Donut can connect business people to advisory services and professional services throughout the UK.
“The advantage of working through Start Up Donut is that by the time you seek professional advice, visitors will have a much better understanding of the problems they face and the kind of solution they need.”
* Visit http://www.startupdonut.co.uk
BHP Information Solutions
tel: 0117 904 2224