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Business Tips for a Successful Startup

First time you start a business and worry about failure? Give your new company the best chance of success with these top business tips, the best advice I have gathered for over a decade of business experience

BUSINESS TIPS

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1.) Start a business while you are still employed

How much time can the majority live without money? Just a short while. And your new business can make any real profit a long time before. When you start up a business, being employed means money in your pocket during the startup process. Don’t work right now or can’t keep up with your job? Read how you can reach the company

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2.) Do it with someone you trust

When you start a business (and then), you need a support system. It is invaluable to have a family member or friend that can bounce ideas and listen sympathetically to the latest start-up crisis. Still better, find a mentor or to apply for a start-up program like Futurpreneur Canada if you qualify. The best support system of all is when you start business guidance.

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3.) Create a business plan

When you think of starting a business, the main reason for doing a business plan first is that it can help prevent you from sinking your time to start a business that is not successful. See why a business plan is needed for other good reasons.) Remember, for each new business idea you come up with, you do not have to work through a comprehensive business plan; ask the five questions to find out if your business ideas are worthwhile.

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4.) Research

You will write an enterprise plan for a lot of research, but it’s just a start. You have to become a specialist in your industry, products, and services when you start a business if you’re not yet. Before you start your business, joining industry related or professional associations is a great idea.

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5.) Create a budget plan

If you’ve got to save up. Potential investment approach and lenders approach. Figure out our plan for your financial downturn. Don’t expect a business to start and then go to a bank to get money. Traditional lenders don’t like new ideas, and without proven track records they don’t like business. Look at 5 creative ways of raising your business money and options like crowdfunding.

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6.) Do it with passion

You don’t have to love (and probably shouldn’t) anything your business is all about, but you’ve got to be fired. It is important, then, that you really like what you do–whether it’s running fishing charters, creating potteries or providing financial advice–and spending lots of time and effort in starting a business and building it into a successful business. Make it yourself.

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7.) Lead Generation

Do not wait until you have officially set off your company because without them your company will not be able to survive. Make the network. Make contacts. Make your contacts. Sell your goods or services or even give them away. Too soon you cannot begin marketing. For tips, see 10 affordable marketplaces for your small business and seven best places for customers.)

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8.) Ask help from experts

On the other hand, it does not mean that you have to be an expert on everything simply because you start a business. If you are not an accountant, hire one (or both) if you are not an accountant. If you have to write a contract and you are not a lawyer, hire one. (These tips may be useful) You’re going to waste more time and maybe money, in the long run, to do things yourself.

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9.) Be professional

All about you and your business methods must inform people that you are a serious professional. This means receiving all information, such as business cards, a telephone, and a business email address. Never the less, treat all your employee professionally.

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10. ) Secure legal permits, certificates and taxes

After that, unraveling a mess is much harder and costlier. Do you have to register your business? Do you have a GST or PST charge? Do you need worker compensation insurance or payroll taxes? How will your chosen form of corporate ownership affect your income tax? Learn your legal and fiscal responsibilities before starting your business and doing so.

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11. ) Utilize and maximize the use of Social Media

Social Media Marketing is the future generation of businesses. Cheap and very easy to do. Social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, Reddit, LinkedIn, etch have millions of users. Unlike Tv and radio ads, it is cheaper and could also be free. Read here for more details: How can social media marketing help your business

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12.) Hire a Virtual Assistant

Most small business owners and entrepreneurs have considered the question of whether or not to hire additional help. Whether you are just starting out, looking to expand, or simply need to become more organized and efficient, the need to delegate common administrative tasks is a typical problem. Read here for more details: Why do you need to hire a virtual assistant?

Follow these business tips, the start of your new business will be smooth, less stressful process and will take a long way to ensure that you continue to do business.

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22 Comments »

  1. Thanks for sharing some really great tips. i’ll be referring back to this for sure! This definitely motivates me to start the business that I have been thinking about… Thank you.

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  2. Jomar, these are very helpful tips for the business newbie and should get them off to a great start… Another tip ? Stay flexible to the changing winds.

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  3. When the business idea I tried out failed, I learned a very big lesson which was ‘Don’t start a business because you need money’, startups are meant to be invested in and that corresponds with your first point. Thanks for sharing this post.

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  4. Love all the tips and I 100% agree with all of them, the start it up while you are still employed is a big one. Chances are you won’t make the amount of money you want right away so making sure you have a steady income still to cover bills and expenses is a good idea, yes it means more work but it will mean you won’t be behind financially.

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  5. This is a fantastic post, and very inspiring. I have been considering setting up my own business for a long time, and this helps me see how it could really happen whilst I’m currently working full-time as well.

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