Got a small business query? You’re in luck!
We are just in the process of putting together a series of 100 short videos that allow you to get answers to your small business questions. We want to grow our YouTube channel to make it an invaluable resource, and our videos aim to help you make more informed business decisions.
From first starting out to being a more ‘experienced’ business owner and stallholder, we often have so many questions. Especially if you’re a solo entrepreneur or small business owner, sometimes you just need a second opinion from a trusted source, to make a decision that you feel both happy with and justified in.
What’s it all about?
We’re making 100 short videos in 100 days. The idea came about as a result of getting asked lots of questions at markets, and remembering only too well how hard it is to make business decisions when you have no prior knowledge or understanding of an area. This is only impounded by the fact you are already juggling 90 other tasks and maybe even a ‘real job’ – all whilst having bouts of huge imposter syndrome. The challenge for small business owners is no mean feat!
Ever likely making a decision is pretty impossible. On top of all this, you are wondering if your business idea can even work and whether you are good enough. Of course you are! And of course you sometimes doubt yourself – you are only human. If you’re reading this then you are by far good enough to make it as a small business owner.
Here’s a little introduction into our videos. We’ll soon release some of the names of the fabulous business owners that will be offering their advice for free, to help you!
Head over to our YouTube channel and subscribe to keep an eye on the questions we are releasing each day.
Each of the 100 videos will based around one specific question, and released once a day over 100 days of the year. These questions have been researched by the Pedddle team, and are amongst the most likely to be searched for independently on Google and YouTube. Each video is super short (approx. 5 minutes or less), to ensure direct answers and avoid overwhelm. There’s nothing worse than a lengthy video that takes 10 minutes to get to the point!
Bear with us – there’s more news to come on this in 2022.