Million Impossible the fast growing Entrepreneur and Business network
Million Impossible the fast growing Entrepreneur and Business networking company has announced the arrival of their first printed business magazine "Raw Business". The magazine now in its sixth edition has gone to print for the first time and is receiving rave reviews.
Raw Business Magazine focuses on adversity and how to overcome it. Every edition features a high profile Entrepreneur and covers everything from sales and marketing to HR and beyond. Edition six features an exclusive interview with Max Clifford, who owns probably the highest profile PR agency in the country.
The magazine which is available both online in a digital format has now been printed for the first time. Previous exclusive interviews have included Rachel Elnaugh, former MD of Red Letter Days, the gift experience business, Levi Roots, who shot to fame on the BBC's Dragons Den programme, Imran Hakim the inventor of iTeddy. Edition 7 will feature another high profile interview with Duncan Bannatyne, Dragon and owner of Bannantyne's Leisure Clubs.
Raw Business magazine features interesting and varied articles from many of Million Impossible's Entrepreneur Network members. Million Impossible launched their new networking web site during April 2008 and is quickly becoming one of the fastest growing adversity based networking web sites in the UK.
Million Impossible offers free registration to their members with an option to upgrade to a fully subscribed membership. The company has exhibited at various business trade shows recently and will be exhibiting at Business Startups on the 28th and 29th May at London Excel, stand number 582.
The next venture for Million Impossible is to launch Entrepreneur School which will combine face to face networking with business education for start up business owners and established UK businesses. The company hopes to launch in London during June 2009.
The concept and idea behind Million Impossible was conceived by Bradley Chapman after experiencing financial difficulties and entering into bankruptcy only to fight back and help build an environment which might help reduce the number of UK business failures.
Million Impossible now has thousands of members across the UK and growing. Bradley Chapman has delivered seminars at the British Library and is keen to continue working within the UK SME sector to support UK business owners navigate the perilous journey of being in business.
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