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Top tips for starting a business

Posted by on December 3, 2015

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Starting your own business is exciting, however it is also nerve racking.

These are some top tips you can follow to make sure you’re on the right track.

You need cash flow

Making sure your business is good financially is important, however to do this you need a positive cash flow as this is a big part of a business, and if you start better off financially then it will help with your progression when you get customers and clients.

Funding your business

It is very difficult to generate and immediate cash flow at the start of your business because you are unlikely to have a huge amount of money.

It can be difficult to secure a bank loan nowadays, so it’s best to look for the cheapest way of borrowing the amount of money you need, because getting the amount you need and the time you want to pay it back is important, because you don’t want to pay it back in less time or longer than you have planned for your business.

Get help with funding

You can use the Government funding website to see what type of funding you are eligible for. If you are aged 18 to 30 then you also could also get help from the prince’s trust, which offer low interest loans of up to 4000.

Write a business plan

You will need a detailed business plan, this will help you all through your business as this will make things clear with your business etc. Funding, applying for loans.

Join the right networks

By asking around for tips and advice will help you learn a lot of things about businesses and it might even give you important contacts you need.

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