Whether as a national commissioner for UNESCO, a Young Global leader with the World Economic Forum, or that cool, 'New Inventors' guy, James Moody clearly likes a challenge. Here he explains how he keeps it all together. Read more
Club Kidpreneur is a not-for-profit social enterprise encouraging entrepreneurial thinking in kids around the world. Flying Solo is proud to help them inspire the next generation of soloists. Read more
Once you’ve proved to yourself that you’ve got what it takes to get a solo business going, perhaps it’s time to reach for higher ground. Read more10
Whether you’re looking to start a social enterprise yourself, wondering how you can integrate some social responsibility in your small business or just love an inspiring story then you’re going to love hearing what Rebecca Scott, co-founder of Streat, has Read more
As businesses clamour for the green dollar, they might be missing the basics of what consumers are really looking for in a green business. Read more0
If you use your car in the course of running your business, to drive to clients perhaps, then the cost of petrol could be hurting your bottom line. Here are some simple, effective fuel saving tips to keep you on the road and not in the red! Read more7
We are acutely aware of cash flow, ROI, profit and assets in our solo ventures. But when we look at how our business impacts upon the economy sustainability of our communities, we discover that we're not the only ones who can benefit from our business. Read more1
Having good people skills and treating people we work with well is an important aspect of creating a sustainable business. This area, however, doesn’t get a lot of attention despite its presence behind many of our concerns about work and fairness. Read more7
As soloists we are able to give back to our communities through our ability to be flexible with our time. Community involvement keeps our society functioning as it should, through connecting with people rather than just focusing on making profits. Read more9
The evidence is everywhere. If we don’t treat clients with respect, we lose them. If we take non-renewable resources from the planet, they run out. It’s time to look past our financial bottom-line to see how to create a truly sustainable business. Read more12
The idea of having a green business is very topical at the moment and every change we make to the way we consume resources and reduce waste helps. Here are the green things I do as part of my business practice. What can you do in your business? Read more13
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