Is your branding attracting your target customers?
Learning from other people’s mistakes can avoid you making them and save you time (and money)! So in this blog I share 5 common mistakes I see social entrepreneurs (new and emerging) making all the time. I share these with you so you can make some changes to how you run your enterprise and speed up your growth and development.
…sometimes we need to check out whether our past experiences are limiting our opportunities for new and different experiences. So this week I went to a networking event and learnt some powerful new lessons.
It’s one of the things I’m most proud of – setting up a social enterprise and making it sustainable within a two-year period. But this isn’t a blog about how wonderful I am or how easy it was to generate £150k/year income – it really wasn’t.
This is a blog about the lessons we learnt and three things you can do to generate sales as a social entrepreneur.
Your first year in business is never easy but if you get through it it’s a huge achievement. But then what? I had spent so much time focused on getting through the first year I forgot to plan for what was next. In this weeks blog I share the challenges I faced at the end of my first year and what I discovered with a local business coach on how I could expand my business in year (despite going on maternity leave) and deliver more impact.
It’s a question I imagine a lot of people think but don’t actually ask me: “What is an Impact Strategist, Kat?” So in this blog I bear all on how I define the role, what I do as an Impact Strategist, why I use this title regardless of whether or not anyone understands what it means