You’ve decided to start your own business, but you had no idea how hard it would be in today’s economy. While most start-ups have a hard time finding solid ground, it can be a thousand times more difficult in economic turmoil. Sure, you could give up and try again later, but you don’t have to. Even in a bad economy there are things you can do to make it until things get better. Here are just a few tips for young entrepreneurs for surviving in a difficult economy.
Last week plenty of newspaper columns were overtaken with arguments regarding whether or not smoking should be banned from vehicles on UK roads. It was revealed that the British Medical Association (BMA) is pushing the Government to be "bold and courageous" and make puffing cigarettes in cars illegal for the sake of the population’s health.