Professional painter and printmaker and mum of two, Jane Duke shares the story of Stoneflower Studio, her home business in York.
After exploring several different career paths, Jane went back to the drawing board - literally - and turned her painting and printmaking hobby into a business.
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Simon Harrison was inspired by his two young children to turn his love of healthy food into his first business - Eat ROAR.
For the past few years, the ‘raw’ food trend has snowballed considerably. For Simon Harrison, father of two and fitness fanatic, it wasn’t about following a trend: he wanted to give his family natural, wholesome food that also tasted delicious.
Thinking of starting your own website? Not knowing the financial implications before getting going can be daunting, and if you’re a small business with a small budget, it’s reasonable to be cautious of the hidden costs that might accumulate as you start.
Not to fear! Don’t let your budget (or lack thereof) hold you back from starting your own website today. Here are some of the best ways to cut costs while still having a fantastic, professional website.