The secret to growth in a small business

Nomadic is four this month.

Nomadic Fun Casino Hire is four years old this month. We had been hoping to have a party to celebrate with our loved ones, but our current climate means we will leave it till next year for our fifth anniversary. READ MORE

What do you do?

‘What do you do?’ asked our business coach. It’s probably the most common question in the UK. My normal answer would be ‘I run my own fun casino hire company’. There would a little curious look and the conversation would move on to the weather. READ MORE

Nomadic Fun casino’s customer journey.

Coaching during the lockdown

Recently, Nomadic Fun Casino Hire has been doing a lot of work with a business coach. He has been skilfully guiding us through the lockdown storm via weekly Zoom meetings. READ MORE

COVID 19: Finding peace in the storm

Working from home


We’re currently going through the ‘delay’ phase of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in London and we have all been instructed to stay at home. It effectively means that if you are not a key or essential worker, you need to stay in your house to reduce the chances of catching or spreading the virus.

Small business owners and self employment

The Government are currently doing everything to save the economy including promising to pay workers 80% of their expected wages while in isolation. There has been little said about self employed workers and small business owners in the emergency budget and this has raised a lot of panic in my little World. We expect some more information from the authorities this week.

Dealing with the current situation READ MORE

How to scale a small business

The beginning

Nomadic Fun Casino Hire started out as a one man band. I would hire one or two extra dealers, hire a van, deliver tables and entertain guests. After the event, I would put the equipment back into the van, drop them at home and return the van. Job done!

I have a feeling most small businesses start this way. People often hire from people they know and trust therefore it is necessary for most small business ventures to start with a face.

Scaling your business READ MORE

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