Business Start-Up kit introduced
At a time when Companies House data suggests the number of people starting a business is at a record high, the Start-Up Kit from Brightword Publishing looks a good idea for anyone who wants to become their own boss.
Retailing at £25 the Start Up Kit comes complete with a 200 page guide on how to start a business plus over £400 of offers from leading brands including Google, Barclays, BlackBerry and MOO.COM. Activating offers in the kit means you can be up and running as your own boss for less than the cost of a regular rail ticket, and this includes furnishing a home office and buying a bottle of bubbly to celebrate!
With more redundancies and pay freezes on the way, there's never been a better time to start a business, according to Emma Jones, founder of Enterprise Nation and author of the Start Up Book.
?We are seeing people take redundancy and use this as the motivation to go self-employed," she says. "Other people are keeping hold of the day job and building a business at night and weekends. This will be a good year for enterprise in the UK as many more people decide to take control of their working life and turn a passion, hobby or skill into a way of making a living. Whether you're planning to do that full time or in your spare time, this Kit will show you how.?
The Start Up Kit has the added bonus of coming complete with essential start-up products ranging from business cards to sales leads. Taken together, the box set offers the tools, tips and techniques required to get started and keep growing. The 200 page book offers easy-to-follow advice on everything from company registration, making sales, embracing technology and keeping customers happy, illustrated with stories of successful start-ups and their top tips!
The Kit is supported by a number of leading brands who have each committed to an exclusive offer. These include
? Barclays Business
? O2 & Blackberry
In addition to Emma's book, the kit contains a set of free MOO.COM Business Cards; 200 business leads from Experian; discount from Paypal; £25 credit when you open a Barclays Business current account; £30 worth of Google adwords; one month free line rental from BlackBerry® and O2; discount on a website from Powa; access to professional business lounges; free 60 day trial of an online meeting tool; two months free listing on Bitsy; professional imagery from iStockphoto and discounts on HP products and accessories.
The start-up kit will be available to buy in leading book stores, online at Amazon, Enterprise Nation and other small business sites.
The Start Up Kit is available for purchase in all good book stores and online at Amazon and small business sites including www.enterprisenation.com
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