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The person behind a wacky new podcast-enriched website for entrepreneurs and business startups - - is none other than Iain Scott, the man who continues to cause consternation in the enterprise world by claiming you don’t need a business plan to start up a business.

Scott, originally from Glasgow but now based in Cornwall, spends a large part of the year travelling the length and breadth of the UK delivering short, sharp, highly successful courses for aspiring entrepreneurs, under the Enterprise Island banner.

Already the best-selling author of “Tortoise Walking for Beginners,” a DIY manual for entrepreneurial wannabes, Scott’s new website offers a laugh-laden smorgasbord of free help, advice, guidance, motivation and inspiration for anyone already running a business or thinking of setting one up. His 'Enterprise Agony Uncle' is probably the first of it's kind in the UK and almost certainly the only one in a kilt.

Visitors logging onto the site can watch Scott deliver his own brand of highly original, and often hilarious, business start-up homilies (“The Entrepreneur’s A - Z”), filmed in his office at home, usually by a member of his family.

Currently screening on is Scott’s bite-sized lesson on the dangers of too many business overheads, a message he gets across by placing a small tomato on a chopping board (“the business chopping board of life”) and smashing it with a large hammer. Having splattered himself and the surrounding walls with tomato pulp, Scott warns: “Be very afraid of overheads.”

Further information about Iain Scott and on mobile 07905448644 or

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