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Steps To Starting A Business

1. Choose the right type of business

Choose the right type of business

Find out exactly what sort of business venture is best suited to you.

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2. Select a great business name

Select a great business name

Choosing the first thing a potential customer will hear or see about you: your company name.

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3. Write and test a business plan

Write and test a business plan

Putting together a business plan is vital if your business is to succeed. However, before you do this you need to make sure your business has a chance of working.

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4. Design an outstanding logo

Design an outstanding logo

One of the most important rules to remember when designing your logo is to keep it simple. Many of the biggest brands have a simple logo that people instantly recognise.

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5. Create a professional business card

Create a professional business card

A business card is a small yet important facet of your business. It tells people who you are, and this affects how you are seen as a business.

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6. Choose and register a domain name

Choose and register a website domain name

A website is a vital marketing tool for your business – many people use the internet now to find the products or services they are looking for.

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7. Construct a winning website

Construct a winning website

Looking professional is vital from the outset in order to keep your business reputation intact.

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8. Control your finances

Control your finances

Prevent your business from falling flat by properly planning your finances.

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9. Form a marketing strategy

Form a marketing strategy

In the absence of a marketing strategy, your business will be unable to reach out to its customers with its goods or services.

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10. Preparing to launch

Preparing to launch

It’s easy to get ahead of yourself and overlook some important things in the rush to open the doors to customers.

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