How to Start a Business
Starting a business is a hard time. What would you say if you could minimize that time dramatically, would you use that?
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There are along of ways to start a business, just as there are thousands of business types. There are however a few fundamentals that all business's that want to make money need to think about and research the answers to all of the questions below:
1. Is there a need for my product?
2. Is there any others in the market that are already doing that business. If so what can be improved or what do they do so well that it is going well for them?
3. What are the time commitments?
4. What is it that I as a business owner want out of this business?
5. Is there a need for staff?
6. Is there a need for premises or can I use a internet presence to start with?
7. What is the investment that is needed to start?
8. How much do i have to make to pay all of the bills?
9. What are the stages of growth in the business's future?
10. Do I need partners in this business?
11. When is the most profitable time for my business?
12. What are the types of people that will use my product or service?
13. Where do these people meet and how can I market to them?
14. What name do I need to create? Do I need a creative name?
15. Where can I get the best website name for my company?
16. What is the competition doing in terms of their websites?
These are just some of the questions that you should put into your business plan.