Your Checklist For Pricing a Project

Quoting for work is never easy as a sole trader or small business owner. Even if you know you’re being reasonable, there’s always a little apprehension when sending a quote to a customer. In skilled trades such as plumbing, carpentry, and teaching, the professional will not always have sales experience, which leaves them at a slight disadvantage. While you may adore …

How to Create a Winning Business Profile

We’re proud to have you on Bidvine as it’s specialists like you that make up our community and allow us to offer your skills across the UK. We want to showcase what you can do while giving you the opportunity to secure more work in your local area. As we’re a new online platform, we understand that getting to grips with …

Top 5 Cash Alternatives for Self-Employed Professionals

Online payment is often the quickest and easiest way to take payment for a variety of businesses and it’s good to know about your options. You want something reliable, user friendly and something that will help to grow your business instead of hinder it. We’ve got the lowdown on the top five cash alternatives, so have a read and work out …

How to Avoid Being Labelled a Cowboy Builder

Getting work done on your home is a big step – a home is usually someone’s biggest investment and homeowners are right to be as cautious as they can possibly be. With cowboy builder and rogue trader stories floating about on the internet, it’s of utmost importance for a builder to avoid distrust and build a good, solid reputation. Whether …

13 Signs of Personal Trainers Hitting Their A-Game

Being a personal trainer can be a tough gig but it’s also incredibly inspiring, fulfilling and has the potential to make a massive impact on people’s lives. To make sure you’re making the most of your time with clients, it’s important to stay on top of everything – Read on for the  top 13 signs that you’re really hitting your A-game in …