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Running a business as a uni student

It can be expensive to study at university and many students need to get a job to help support them. However, it can be just as lucrative to run your own business and it can be a great way to boost your resume. There are many inspiring stories of university students who have put their classroom studies into practice and launched successful businesses whilst still studying. This blog has some profiles of successful businesses started by students as well as some articles on identifying businesses that can be run by a student. I hope it's inspiring to a new generation of business owners.

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A Novice's Guide to Selecting the Right Fishing Charter
23 June 2017

Having the right fishing charter is the first step

5 Amenities and Ideas to Make Your Dock More Fun
6 June 2017

If you have a holiday home or a permanent residenc

Switchgear Maintenance: Why Manufacturer Guidelines Aren't Enough
25 May 2017

Some inexperienced facilities managers may design

Tips to Help You Use Line Marking Stencils in Your Parking Lot Effortlessly
8 June 2016

Are you a property manager who would like to mark

A Novice’s Guide to Selecting the Right Fishing Charter

Having the right fishing charter is the first step to getting the most out of your fishing trip experience. However, finding the perfect fishing charter can be quite challenging, especially for someone who hasn't done it before. To get the ideal fishing charter, you will have to narrow down your options. This guide will help you with that. Look at the Type of Fishing You Intend to Do First, decide the kind of fishing you want to be doing and the type of fish you are going after. Read More 

5 Amenities and Ideas to Make Your Dock More Fun

If you have a holiday home or a permanent residence on the water, your dock doesn't just have to be a place to moor your boat. Rather, it can act as a comfortable outdoor living area. To make that possible, you may want to extend the dock so that it includes extra decking. For instance, you may want to tie up your boat on one side of the dock and expand the other side with a pontoon for lounging. Read More 

Switchgear Maintenance: Why Manufacturer Guidelines Aren’t Enough

Some inexperienced facilities managers may design preventive maintenance plans mimicking the guidelines that are provided by the manufacturer of that power equipment. However, such preventive maintenance may not address the needs of your facility adequately because the local factors at your facility may not have been considered. This article discusses some of the local considerations that should influence the design of a preventive maintenance plan. Environmental Factors The preventive maintenance plan of your switchgear should put various environmental factors, such as chemical exposure and dust levels, into account. Read More 

Tips to Help You Use Line Marking Stencils in Your Parking Lot Effortlessly

Are you a property manager who would like to mark the parking lot so that traffic can move in an organised way? Read on and discover some helpful tips that will help you to do a commendable job when you use line-marking stencils during that project. Stencil Thickness Matters Line-marking stencils are available in varying thicknesses. Avoid buying very thin stencils. This is because thin stencils are difficult to reuse since they can be damaged as you remove them from one part of the parking lot in order to use them on another part of the lot. Read More