You’ve considered a move into the world of startups but it can often be difficult to understand what working for a startup really entails. When people think about startups it’s usually in relation to the perks: the table tennis tournaments, the free alcohol or crazy team building activities. It’s one of the bonuses of working for startups but regardless of the company, startups can be very hard work and there’s no where to hide when it comes to working hard. In fact, 23% of startups fail due to poor recruitment decisions. That’s why it’s paramount that you pick a startup that fits your interests and personality.

June 14, 2018
4 min read
Lucy Wood
depressed girl

There are a few factors that can mean you hit a bit of a roadblock after graduation. The sudden lack of structure and deadlines combined with career pressure either from family or your own motivation to do well can start to have a negative effect on your mental health.

Kitty Harris
June 1, 2017
5 min read
laptop

Starting a graduate job is often a shock to the system. After years of living via your own personal body clock and using the library from midday until 2am simply because it suits your mood, strict working hours can make productivity feel elusive.

Kitty Harris
May 25, 2017
5 min read
graduate business woman

You will no doubt have heard about the traditional way to score yourself a graduate job. Smarten up your CV, send it out to advertised posts either online or in person, and then sit tight and wait for a response.

Kitty Harris
May 22, 2017
5 min read
How to encourage a fit and healthy startup culture

As the world becomes aware of the increasing dangers of traditional corporate office culture you might want to think of ways to set the benchmark for your startup that goes above and beyond in encouraging healthy employees

Kitty Harris
April 18, 2017
5 min read
Should you be using Instagram stories?

Choosing a few social channels to focus on is a fairly simple research-based task that requires you to work out exactly where your target market is hanging out.

Kitty Harris
April 6, 2017
5 min read
6 crowdfunding tips for startups

Financing a dream can be a stumbling block for many entrepreneurs. A great idea doesn’t mean much when your piggy bank is echoing.

Kitty Harris
April 5, 2017
6 min read
How to ask for a pay rise

As with most meetings in the business world, preparation is key, and knowing how to handle a situation regardless of the direction it goes in will help you to keep a handle on things.

Kitty Harris
April 4, 2017
6 min read
How to use Instagram to hire grads

Bright candidates applying to a few different roles at multiple companies are more than likely to perform a google search in order to discern which business has a culture that aligns with what they are looking for.

Kitty Harris
April 3, 2017
6 min read
Why London is a graduate’s paradise

There is a reason why graduates seem to think that London is the place to be post-university and that’s because it is a city geared towards catering for young professionals.

Kitty Harris
April 2, 2017
5 min read
How to find your brand voice

Nowadays authenticity counts for a lot, which is reflected in the rise in emphasis that consumers place on peer reviews online and via word of mouth.

Kitty Harris
April 1, 2017
5 min read
5 must-do things to get a job at a startup

The startup world is exploding, and it is fast becoming the place to be if you are an ambitious young graduate.

Kitty Harris
February 15, 2017
5 min read

Many people choose to study law because it’s a ‘safe’ degree. If you are academic and you study hard, then eventually you are guaranteed a good job and a solid salary.

Kitty Harris
February 14, 2017
15 min read