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10 things we learned at the 2016 Business Show


This week the 2016 Business Show took place at the London Excel. 123 Reg had a stall there along with Nominet, but we also took the time to catch some of the hundreds of seminars that took place. From this we’ve distilled 10 great tips to help potential and new business owners realise their dreams.…

How AppyParking took the road to business success

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Parking is a nightmare. Different cities have different rules about when and where you can park and if you’re travelling to an unfamiliar area you may accidentally attract a fine. That’s what drove Dan Hubert to create AppyParking – a business focussed on helping people understand where and when they can legally park. The idea…

Does your new small business need a business plan?


Some people seem to plan everything they do meticulously. Others just get started and seem to make it up as they go along. But is the latter an attitude you can take when starting your own business? If you’re used winging things and meeting with success, then you might be tempted to answer yes. But…

How Cauli Rice is conquering the world and the web


Imagine you’ve come up with an idea that’s not only unique, but also allows you to turn something you enjoy into a way of making a living. That’s the dream, right? Well, that’s what happened for Gem and Jamie Harris, founders of Cauli Rice, a 123 Reg customer. The company makes cauliflower rice, a dish…

#myworkhacks: Quick tips for a more productive business

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Productivity is a huge challenge for businesses of all sizes. But smaller businesses face particular challenges when it comes to time management. With so much to be done and so little time to do it in, it’s almost impossible to end every week with your to-do list fully ticked. To help people make the most…

Pitch to Rich with #VOOM and 123 Reg

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Virgin Media Business #VOOM 2016 launched yesterday. It’s a chance for any small business to pitch their business idea to Sir Richard Branson and win a share of the £1 million prize fund. Sounds exciting, right? As you might imagine though, competition is tough. Last year 2,667 pitches were submitted and just a handful of…