Healthy Startup Business Plans For Entrepreneurs

Healthy Startup business plans for entrepreneurs

Starting a business and running it efficiently is seriously a great idea. However, not everyone who is interested in starting a business has sincerely worked towards the goal. The simple reason is that they are not certain how to go about starting and then letting the business grow.

To those of you who are confused here are a few tips on how to start up a small business and progress higher.


1.Draw out a business plan:

Make a sketch of your business plan explaining the mission and vision of starting a business. This is very helpful as it will be a guide in your decision making when dealing with investors and lenders. It also helps you to communicate with potential vendors, allies, partners, customers and also your employees.

2.Calculate your budget:


If you are being self-funded then you should have an idea of how much you can spend for the start-up business. Always try to keep a 20 per cent margin so you can handle any unexpected expenses. Bear in mind how much you should spend before you begin to gain profits. This is a major mistake that most business entrepreneurs make by either over estimating their revenue or under estimating their expenses.

3.Documentation and legalisation:

Depending on the type of business you are starting small or big. If it’s a small business funded entirely by you it’s the best because you own the whole proprietorship. In this way you can deduct the losses of business from you own tax returns. Once you have started up your business and it is running for 3 to 6 months it’s time to get as municipality license.

4.Avoid maintaining one account for business and personal expenses:

Whatever proceeds you earn out of your business should be kept separately. If you start mixing personal and business funds together it becomes difficult to calculate profits. It also will not be helpful in calculating taxes. Furthermore if you want to grow or sell your business this will be useful.

5.Market testing:

Do a check in the market and learn more about the product you are planning to do business with. Sometimes the market demand may be less and hence your business will not find many profits. Try to meet with fellow business people in the area and gather information on what is in demand in the market and what the people really are interested in buying.

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