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I wanna start up my own business,but I have no idea of that.Any one can give me any ideas?
- troLv 74 years ago
until you find the skills you are good at no one can tell you what business to get into
you need to have some knowledge and possibly some experience to get into a business, any business
the learning curve can be long and hard and during that time you could lose any and all business you managed to drum up
- AlCaponeLv 74 years ago
What special knowledge do you have, what skills, what experience, what training, what education. and what special interests? If you have none of these things, and still don't know what to do, then there is not much hope for you.
- Anonymous4 years ago
If you have no idea where to start or what you want to do, you have a long way to go before you're ready to open any business. First you need to have a passion, to drive your toward your business, and define your WHY you will succeed in business. What do you want to do to make the world, or your piece of it a better place? What services or products will you provide to your customers, to help them solve their needs? Who are your customers, and why will they come visit you instead of many other businesses that already exist? Are you providing some unique service or products that they can't find anywhere else? Next you need to provide a business plan, a marketing plan, a list of competition and suppliers who might provide your services or products. You'll need market analysis to show that there is a need for your products/services in your market area and a willingness to buy locally, etc.
There is a lot more to getting into business than simply having an idea that you might want to do it. You might want to checkout your local library and business college where you might take a few courses to help set you up for success, rather than failure from the start.
- olliverLv 64 years ago
Start with a simple business plan and financial projections to understand whether the business is viable
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- Anonymous4 years ago