Solopreneur: Starting a firm by yourself

The solo entrepreneur, or solopreneur for short, is someone who decides to start a firm by themselves. It is an approach increasingly common in the gig-economy, and allows to you to be your own boss, without having to worry about managing a team. 

Latest articles for solopreneurs

Why be a solo entrepreneur?

The solo entrepreneur – or solopreneur – offers can many advantages of large teams when starting a business – this article explores some reasons to consider going it alone.

Why be a solo entrepreneur?

The solo entrepreneur – or solopreneur – offers can many advantages of large teams when starting a business – this article explores some reasons to consider going it alone.

Financing a solo venture

Starting a firm by yourself will likely have its own financing pressures – indeed you may not want to take involve investors who will quickly place their own demands on the company. The articles below explore some of the most important financial considerations for the solopreneur. 

The benefits of retaining full ownership of your startup

Taking on outside funding is not a decision to be taken lightly. It does not necessarily match the ambitions of all entrepreneurs, nor is it always the best decision for the organization. This article explores some of the reasons to be cautious before seeking and taking on outside investors.

The benefits of retaining full ownership of your startup

Taking on outside funding is not a decision to be taken lightly. It does not necessarily match the ambitions of all entrepreneurs, nor is it always the best decision for the organization. This article explores some of the reasons to be cautious before seeking and taking on outside investors.