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Tips on Starting a Small Startup Business It’s good to dream about how great your business can be; to actually be there is perfect. It’s mostly about the action: your decisions, the steps you take every single day to take you where you want to go. The tips below can help put you on the right on this journey: 1. Settle on a business type.
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You need not reinvent the wheel. Anything tried and true – with your personal twist – can be great. Just look around and you’ll see an abundance of repeatable ideas: we all go to the barber or hairdresser, most women like jewelry, everyone buys bread, etc. It’s possible to exist with your competitors and be successful. Your version just has to stand out.
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3. Have a simple business plan. Majority of new aspiring businesses owners think they have to write such long and detailed business plans. If your venture is pretty basic, one page is often enough, as long as it covers your products and/or services, your target market, your pricing, and your plans for making things happen. It’s going to be fluid as soon as you dive in, so it should be simple at the start. 3. Know your target market. Know who exactly your customers will be. If you’re making a skin cream, for example, don’t say “every woman” or “everyone who has skin” may buy from you. Will it be women who go to a dermatologist monthly for facials or women who buy their beauty products from the drugstore? If you’re specific, you will be able to design a specific marketing campaign as well. 4. Work on your pricing. Your pricing should not just pay for your costs; it also has to bring in profit for your business. Factor in your talent and time (although many don’t, which is a bad idea). One option you have is to go through the numbers from the top down – how much are you look to earn in a year? How does that break down in a monthly and weekly setting? How much must you sell or how many clients? Plan your numbers and review them every now and then to make sure they’re still realistic. No need to be fancy or complicated. 5. Reduce your costs. Until the sales are pouring, limit your costs. Be creative: that fancy commercial kitchen will be perfect for your cakes, but an inexpensive or free church kitchen can serve the purpose for now. Be your own staff with the help of friends, relatives or interns, and hold hiring a full team at this point. 6. Start grabbing customers! This is where things begin to make sense. Creating a marketing plan that will capture people’s interest and converting them to customers should be your number one goal. Your top priority should be to create a marketing plan that entices people and converts them into customers. Feeling overwhelmed is not an option: just do what must and be where you must.