SERVICES FOR STARTUPS
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Market Research - In order for a small business to be successful, it must solve a problem, fulfill a need or offer something the market wants.
Make a Plan - A business plan is a blueprint that will guide your business from the start-up phase through establishment.
Register Your Business - Once you have chosen your business model you have to choose a name for your business, Then register it
Plan Your Finances - you likely went into business to pursue a passion, not to become an accountant. so get a bookkeeper. Choose Your Accounting System - If you decide to get started on your own, make sure you consider choosing the right accounting software in order to create and manage your budget.
Choose a co-founder - Look for someone with solid track record who you have some history with. Not having the proper support can kill the best of ideas.
Pick a workplace - Many founders work from home initially to save money, but others choose to rent at a co-working space, share or rent and office.
Development – At this point you have an idea of your customer, now it must be refined by enhancing your brand and researching your product-market fit. Make a minimum viable product – An MVP product is a product with only a basic set of features enough to capture the attention of early adopters and make your solution unique. Traction – or validation, is typically the first year of a start-up. This is the stage where you begin to get the word out, and you collect data to help target your core audience.
Apply to Programs – If you need some additional resources and expertise, consider applying for an accelerator or an incubator to expand your network. Raise capital – taking it to the next level requires financial investment, decide how much money you need and practice pitching your product to investors
Business operation management – The first major step is to find a champion that can lead this effort. meaning you might need to hire a VP of Business Operations. then get to work building your business operation plan.
Create a process – you may have a process that got your business this far, but is it repeatable? creating formulas for your marketing, distribution, and on-boarding are critical to growth. Automation – once you have a process you should consider automating the ones that cost you the most time, by using software as a service (SAAS) providers and CRM’s to access data faster, hire faster, market better, pay easier, and streamline operations for a truly scalable model. Outsourcing -This little dirty word allows a startup to break into the big time. When you’re in full control of your core competencies, you’ll start to scale, you may not need a full-time graphic designer right now.
Risk Management – Compliance with established rules and regulations helps protect organizations from a variety of unique risks, while risk management helps protect organizations from risks that could lead to non-compliance—a risk, itself.. Sharpen your team – A business is scalable, only when it has the right people on board. Hire the right people