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So you're ready to begin your entrepreneurial journey, or perhaps you're just looking
for the tools you need to upscale your existing business. You've come to the right place!


We've assembled a list of useful links, added some worksheets, and included a few infographics, covering everything from Marketing to Taxes. Find more info on our
Legislation, Tax & Finance, and Entrepreneurial Inspiration pages.


If you still have questions after exploring these resources, or are feeling extra inspired, connect with us, we'd love to help you navigate your entrepreneurial adventure. 
You have a vision... We'll help you achieve it. Your success is our success!



How can I make money doing what I love?

How can I get paid what I am worth?

If you've asked yourself these questions, you're ready to be an entrepreneur. Deciding to go into business is the first step. But answering "What business should I start?" is the second. 

The Hedgehog concept was developed by philosopher Isaiah Berlin, and adapted for business by Jim Collins in his book "Good to Great". The concept is simple:


Think of the ancient Greek parable, "The fox knows many things, but the hedgehog knows one big thing." The fox has a million ways to get the hedgehog, but he can't because the hedgehog has an unbeatable defence mechanism. Be the hedgehog. This tool will help you figure out your one great thing.


I’m a paragraph. Double click here or click Edit Text to add some text of your own or to change the font. This is the place for you to tell your site visitors a little bit about you and your services.



SWOT analysis is a fundamental tool that can assist you in the discovery and evaluation phase of planning your business. It helps you identify and qualify strategic goals by making judgment calls about your business idea.
As a rule, Strengths and Weaknesses reflect internal considerations, and Opportunities and Threats or Challenges reflect external considerations. 

A SWOT analysis can be carried out for a:

  •  Company

  •  Product

  •  Location

  •  Industry

  •  Person

It involves specifying the objectives of the business or project and identifying the internal and external factors that are favourable and unfavourable to achieving that objective.

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