iHubbub News

iHubbubs Home Business Social Network News Page features the latest home working news, freelance project news stories and press releases from home based businesses.

We aim to help small and growing businesses get free publicity for their product or service via our PR and Press Release service. You may also want to visit our Members News Room, which is a portal for journalists to pick up on news from home businesses around the world. Please also see our Press Office for fact sheets on home working, remote working and home businesses.
 

 
 
iHubbub’s Home Business Award Winners Announced
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iHubbub’s home business community is on the hunt to find the top home businesses across the country and award them for their achievements in the The Top 100 Home Business Awards.
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After surveying its members, iHubbub, Britain’s fastest social networking community for home-business entrepreneurs, found that many couples running a home business together at home have improved their love lives by working this way.
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Britain’s fastest social networking community for home-business entrepreneurs,  iHubbub, is running a survey to find out if home working improves their member’s love life.  
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Father Techie-Christmas will be visiting three businesswomen early this year as he lands his sleigh laden with tech kit in their home office. Caroline Scotter Mainprize, from Oxford, Fiona Cohn, of Birmingham, and Anna Seager, down south in East Preston, Sussex will all be receiving prizes from iHubbub’s tech make over worth more than £1,700.
iHubbub, a social community to help home based business entrepreneurs promote their businesses and grow stronger, from their own home has been nominated in the fourth annual Forbes 100 Best Websites For Women.
Father Techie-Christmas will be visiting Anna Seager, from East Preston, in Sussex early this year as he lands his sleigh laden with tech kit in her home office.
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Father Techie-Christmas will be visiting Fiona Cohn, from Birmingham, early this year as he lands his sleigh laden with tech kit in her home office.
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Father Techie-Christmas will be visiting mum of two, Caroline Scotter Mainprize, from Oxford, early this year as he lands his sleigh laden with tech kit in her home office.
After surveying its members, iHubbub, Britain’s fastest social networking community for home-business entrepreneurs, found that most people starting up a business struggle with a number of vital requirements for their home office.