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Are you starting a company from scratch and aren’t really sure of what to do first? Great, me too.

In HOW TO START UP you’ll hear 20 minute interviews every other Tuesday with a broad mix of people who have all successfully started, run and even sold, their own companies. They share not only professional but personal experiences and valuable lessons on what we should be doing now, next or never to build a business.
We are in the eye of the storm that is now becoming a ‘new normal’. An uncharted territory where many skilled people are facing unemployment and are rethinking how to earn their income. Values are recalibrating, missions are shifting and purposes are set to become clearer.
We are also experiencing an overwhelming surge in willingness to support others. It is in that spirit I wanted to collate and curate all the advice being so kindly offered to me, as I step into my own new world of starting a company.
Hosted by me, Juliet Fallowfield, founder of PR advisory for startups Fallow, Field & Mason this podcast hopes to bring you confidence, encouragement and reassurance that you’re on the right track. I’d love to hear your feedback and your own startup stories: [email protected]
MUSIC CREDIT Funk Game Loop by Kevin MacLeod.

Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3787-funk-ga…

License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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