Who Are We? About Us Page Updated in FAQ Format

Following the sensible guidance of our friends at WordPress we have now updated our “About” section of the blog. This attempts to share our vision and connect with our readers (that’s you). We have styled this about page into a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to try and keep things simple.

Obviously if you want to find out more click on the various social media links to get in contact. We love to hear from others (that’s you, again).

We have also added a header image to make the blog a little more visual. Drop us a response if you like or do not like. For now, here is our low down on the blog:

Q. What’s this blog about?

A. The Spark ‘n’ Launch blog grew out of the desire to record the learning journey of a budding entrepreneur. The web offers so much insightful and powerful knowledge it seemed crucial to capture these articles, videos and podcasts somewhere. Therefore this blog is our notebook or scratch pad we hope others with a similar passion and interest will benefit from.

Q. Why the rocket fetish?

A. The rocket analogy (in our name and logo) makes reference the exploration of an idea from an initial spark or brainwave, to actually delivering or launching that idea into something real.

Q. Anything else?

A. We hope you enjoy the rambling of a startup dreamer… sharing ideas and thoughts on business, startups, entrepreneurs and new technology.


You might also enjoy:
+ The Startup Dictionary – Learning the Lingo #3
+ Learning From Other Startups – 6 Real Life Stories
+ Startup Myths – I shall not be fooled again by gurus
+ The Bootstrap Challenge – Walking the Talk

Welcome new readers! If this is your first time here, you might want to start with a new article or read through our older submissions.

Where to next? Check out a random article.

Stay in touch: Check us out via RSS Feed, Twitter, Google+ and Facebook.

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