We were in the Sunday Times

/ By Jacqui Ma

We were in the Sunday Times yesterday, chuffed to be talking about something dear to my heart, which is how people don't have to make huge sacrifices and take huge risks to start a business. I started Goodordering 5 years ago now, whilst i was in full time employement. I now work 2-3 days a week doing other things. I love my business but i don't have to be doing it full time to for it to be successful. This may not get me a business partnership with Sir Alan Sugar, but it allows me to live my best life! You can read the full article if you are a Times subscriber, HERE or further below on the screen grab.

The Sunday Times Why start-ups should not shy away from a bit of work on the side

Sunday Times Why start-ups should not shy away from a bit of work on the side Working 9-5 still leaves the hours for a side venture . . . and the money is useful  Liam Kelly January 7 2018, 12:01am,  The Sunday Times



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