How to start a business in 10 days
Many people think that starting a business in the midst of a recession is a crazy thing to do. But the truth of the matter is that if what your have to offer your potential target market is truly a need or at a lower price than the existing players in the market then your business will stand a much better chance of surviving the recession or downturn than the longer established businesses.
Businesses like Fedex, Microsoft, CNN, Burger King, HP and GE were all started in recessionary times.
If you still need convincing as to why now is the right time to start a business, think about this:
- customers are looking to get better deals from their suppliers
- costs of setting up are lower in a recession
- workers, through no fault of their own, maybe forced into unemployment and available for work
- government incentives and support are greater in recessions as they try to get the economy moving
- if you’re unemployed, doing something has got to be better than doing nothing.
This series of 10 articles takes you step by step through what you need to get started in business. Setting a business up does not need to take years and generally speaking it’s not a difficult process unless you’re selling things that are covered by regulations or laws.
The series of articles is split into 10 days of activities to show you exactly what you need to do each day :