Assessing and developing a business idea involves establishing whether it is the right kind of business for you or not. This will require you to make a choice after carrying out ample research regarding your idea and its financial viability.
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Starting a business, no matter what situation you may be in, is not an easy task. You may take on a business partner for various reasons – money, brainstorming, etc. – and take the risk of clashing heads at some point because of differences.
Owning and starting your own company is a difficult task, but it is possible as long as you have an idea that can be sold. Unfortunately, however, in order to succeed you need to maintain an almost faultless start.
It only takes one to see it! What you will face raising money for your startup. Raising money for a startup is a difficult and time consuming task that takes your focus away from scaling your business. But, it is a necessary function.
When a business creates a product off data that they do not directly control or own then that business runs the risk of being at the whim of the data owner.
In the 30 or so years we’ve been working as specialists alongside family businesses one thing has become clear – only one-third of them will survive the transition to the second generation. And of that one third that gets through to the second generation, only one-third will survive to the third generation. That’s not very […]
When it comes to a home based business, you must consider the right timing before moving forward. With today’s precarious economy and more households than ever needing two incomes to make ends meet, now is the perfect time to start a home business.
With New Year just around the corner, business owners – and those contemplating starting a business – are turning their minds to goals and plans for 2013.
Every entrepreneur who has ever dreamed of setting up or forming their own business start up is fully conversant as to how tricky it can be
The failure of small businesses is so high because business start-ups think too small.