Running a small business can feel like a lonely endeavour, especially if you’re based at home. Being freed from the tyranny of rush-hour commuting (and not having to coo over photos of workmates’ relatives’ babies) means you lack the social interaction provided by a room full of colleagues. There’s a distinct absence of help and moral support when things go wrong, while many entrepreneurs end up becoming multidisciplinary specialists in everything from accounting and tax calculations to marketing and advertising.…