Do you dream of starting a business, but are too nervous to take the leap during economic uncertainty? It seems even more risky and difficult than normal. But...... more
Do you dream of starting a business, but are too nervous to take the leap during economic uncertainty? It seems even more risky and difficult than normal. But How They Started in Tough Times may surprise you by revealing that many big businesses did just that - names such as Tesco, Argos, Foxtons, Burger King, Penguin, Oakley and Microsoft. But how did they start-up? How They Started in Tough Times profiles 25 business founders who started successful businesses during a tough economic climate- and thrived. They tell why they took that first step, the unique challenges they faced and how they grew and became established. The exceptional business stories in How They Started in Tough Times will provide inspiration how to: Come up with the initial idea for a business Spot new opportunities Secure funds from a bank or investor Take advantage of lack of competition Use persistence and hard work to succeed in spite of the odds Packed with inspirational stories and sound business advice, the stories within How They Started in Tough Times will give even the most cautious entrepreneur the confidence to start their business in tough times.
Advantages: High beef content. Disadvantages: High fat content - smoke filled kitchen.
...Tesco Finest Gourmet Aberdeen Angus Beef Burgers
As a family we like the odd beef burger from time to time, but try to stay away from the fast food places. I decided to give these a try - the packet said 94% beef, which seemed good. I also thought that it would be a quick and easy tea.
Tesco had a massive range of burgers when I went in, some with Jalapeno...
Advantages: Great taste and texture Disadvantages: none that I can think of
...I was a vegetarian for a few years in my teens, and still like to have meat-free meals occasionally. I'm reviewing their Mexican-style Bean Burgers, which are roughly quarter-pounder sized, come in packs of four and are found in the vegetarian frozen food section at Tesco. They are part of their 'Meat Free' range, and of the ones that we've tried so far these are our favourites. They're cooked...
Advantages: Good taste and quality Disadvantages: Seems to contains a long list of minor ingredients
I have previously reviewed vegetarian sausages, and I thought it would be nice to review the burger in the same Tesco range. I had a choice between mushroom burgers and vegetable burgers and plumped for the latter on this occasion. Maybe Ill do the mushroom burgers another time. In any case, I was quite heartened by the comments I got on my veggie sausage review; it seems I...