Business Startup Advice

As part of my Business Startup Consultation, I will take you through a simple startup plan that is designed to make you think ahead, plan ahead and avoid the pitfalls.

Many people who start up a new business have got limited previous experience of running a business, and make most of their mistakes at the very start of the process. It’s a sad fact that most new businesses fail within the first year.

There is a whole ‘newbiz startup’ industry out there, ready to take advantage of your optimism and enthusiasm, and grab your entire startup budget: advertising, business equipment, vehicle purchases, telecoms, internet and websites.

Their businesses model is based on constantly preying on new business startups; and they don’t care what happens to you after they’ve taken your money.

My aim is always to help you avoid all the errors that new business startups commonly make.

Business Planning Areas

  • Your Company Structure?
  • Your Products or Services?
  • Who are Your Customers?
  • How to reach your customers?
  • Your Competitors?
  • Sales and marketing skills?
  • Business and finance skills?
  • Business Location?
  • Funds to get started?
  • Progress Indicators?
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Let Your Government Help You Startup Your Business

Your government will always be delighted to help you make the transition from unemployment to self-employment.

If you’ve ever been unemployed and looking for work over a longer period, you’ll know that the Department of Work and Pensions can make life a bit difficult for you.

By far the easiest solution is to give them what they want. And all they want is to get you off their case.

You can continue to claim Universal Credit when you become self-employed and start a small business. No matter how little you earn from your self-employment, they will continue to support you.

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