I want to start a business, but I don't know exactly what to do. What questions should I ask?
- Anonymous2 months agoFavorite Answer
You are not qualified and its over your head.
- deniseLv 72 months ago
What you're good at,
What you'd like to do,
Is there a need for your services / product [is there a market for it],
Do you have the finances / backing,
What premises & staff will you need.
Make a plan / proposal.
- 2 months ago
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- JudyLv 72 months ago
What are you interested in, can afford to do, and you know enough about to succeed in? When you narrow down the possibilities, you need to write a business plan to show whether it's viable or not.
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- RinkydinkLv 72 months ago
Generally a business is not started without much thought regarding:
Experience in the business you are going to establish. A service business or selling consumer products?
A cash reserve for company supplies/equipment or to purchase inventory.
A facility to operate from that accommodates traffic. You’ll require company credit references which will not be easy with no previous credit. Or access to available cash but you probably will be denied.
Are you familiar with office procedures such as Sales, Payroll, taxes, purchasing, accounts payable, accounts receivable etc.......
These kind of questions are never ending. You could try and find a partner but you have nothing to offer a prospective partner. No track record, experience or ample cash.
I’d suggest you get some serious experience in the field you plan on pursuing and after some years you’ll be more capable of seriously looking into your dream.
- yLv 72 months ago
The only questions you should be asking are of yourself, what you are qualified to do/offer, and is there a market for it.