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Video: What skills do you need for starting a business?

31 Mar 2011

Established in 2004, Ochre Business Solutions offers business training and mentoring services to current  business owners and entrepreneurs.

To date the company has worked with over 2000 people, assisting in the development of business plans and creating successful operators.

Speaking recently to Start-Up, Andrea Anderson, Business Manager for Ochre Business Solutions, discusses some of the hurdles business owners may face when getting their ideas off the ground. 

Below Anderson discusses the skills you'll need for starting a business and what areas you need to focus on to be successful. 

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