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The Un-Rule Book for starting a business

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The Un-Rule Book for starting a business

Our young entrepreneurs reveal how they created successful businesses without experience, capital or qualifications - and share how you can do the same.

Starting up a business can seem like a daunting prospect, especially if you don’t feel like you have the right resources or experience to make it happen.

We’ve all heard the same old advice: that you need to have a strict business plan or an overflowing bank account to be able to create your own successful business.

You might have even heard that you must have years’ worth of experience in this or that industry, and a business degree to get where you want to go.

This leaves those people who don’t want to or can’t follow these expectations to believe the world of business is simply not for them.

The Un-Rule Book is here to tell you that is not the case at all.

This guide explores the stories of five super successful entrepreneurs, all in their early to mid-twenties, who are ditching the traditional norms and doing things their own way.

They’ve paved a way for themselves in business minus the clichés.

They’re tearing up the rule book on business and want you to know you can do the same.

Here are the brilliant entrepreneurs that feature in our myth-busting guide to business success:

  • Jack Parsons, The Youth Group
  • Rebecca Cole, Fearless Keychains
  • Amani Zubair, Tresor
  • Bella Hyland, The Hippy Designs
  • Sare Goldman, Creative House

Download The Un-Rule Book now to find out how these inspiring individuals are achieving success with their businesses, without relying on experience, lots of capital, or a mentor to guide them through the process.

And follow their tips so you too can succeed on your business journey.

The Un-Rule Book

Follow cliché-free advice from five young successful entrepreneurs to learn how you can start a business without experience, capital or qualifications.

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