Having a well-thought business plan from the get-go will help you stay in course. It will ensure you stay motivated and push through as it will give you something to compare your performance by.
Having a clear vision of why you started your business in the first place and what goals you wanted to achieve will give you a much higher probability of reaching success.
You can not start and run a business without funding. It is advisable to start planning business funding at the very beginning to avoid uncomfortable surprises. In most cases, you will be injecting money into the business for a few months without seeing any revenue.
In this article, we are going to explore different avenues to get you started, to help you create an action plan for your business.
The nationwide lockdown caused by COVID-19 impacted most businesses; the fitness industry was probably one of the last to open. About a year of closure forced this industry to rethink its business strategy, from physical gyms to a more virtual one.
We have created a step-by-step guide of how you can plan and set up your online fitness business. You can use this as a guide to help you step foot in the right direction.
Any business that starts today is not complete without an online presence. There are billions of people surfing the internet every day, and for any business, this would prove to be a gold mine if they conduct their digital marketing correctly.
Big brands that once dominated the high streets have slowly started closing their high street shops and setting up shop online. As a result, the experience we once had of high streets is no longer the same. Most of the time, you will find shops with a very small range of items, while their online stores would be fully stocked.
This trend is not only seen in the clothing industry, but in any industry, you can think of. For some service industries, you may need to be physically present, for example, a car wash, a barbershop, a beauty salon, or a cobbler. However, without them having some sort of presence online, there is a high probability that they will struggle. A business will go over to their competition who are present online and invests actively in their digital marketing.
There couldn’t be a much better time to get into cleaning, than ever before. Every time there has been some sort of disruption to the health of the economy, new opportunities have revealed them selves.
Due to COVID-19 the world has become extremely contious of having a clean environment. Every single organisation public, or private was provided with cleaning guidelines by the government, and there were strict penalties if they werent being abided by. In some cases closure of the organisation, to ensure the spread of the virus remained to a minimum.
Cleaning business, has become front and centre of any organisation to function. Without such measures, the organisation simply can not operate.
These sort of measures are here to stay, and therefore a growth in demand for such services has spiked 10 folds.
If you have been thinking of opening a cleaning agency, you have come to the right place. We have carefully preapred this article to have you start thinking in the right direction. This article will serve as a point of reference, to which you can continously refer back to through out your new cleaning agency journey.
There are several different cleaning business structures, such as a franchise, one man band, agency, cleaning companies, etc.
We have chosen an ‘agency’ structure as we believe this is the most lucrative and cost effective. It may require a bit more work then lets say just acquiring a franchise, but in the long run you will reap the fruits.
Furthermore, there are various different types of cleaning specialiaties, ranging from commercial, domestic, window, carpet, oven, gutter, etc. However we believe cleaning buisness especially when starting is best to start from the good old routine house work: dusting, ironing, mopping, vaccuming, scrubbing, etc.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be your own boss, be in full control of your own future and, decide how much money you would like to earn?
If you have answered yes to the above questions, then you will find some really good insight in this article. In addition, you will be able to access information that will get you started in your new business venture in no time.
Internet today has changed our lives. We saw the power of it during worldwide lockdowns due to the pandemic. Even though non-essential items were prohibited from being sold, we still had access to essentials such as food, medicine, bottled water, etc. Without the internet, it would have been very difficult for the government to manage a country-wide lockdown.
It is the power of the internet that gave birth to eCommerce. Amazon, which started by selling only books on the internet, now sells pretty much anything you can think of. There are billions of people in this world, and with sophisticated logistic channels and the world wide web, you can be sitting in the UK but can sell to people in remote parts of China.
This may have you start thinking about the enormity of this kind of business and the amount of money you can generate. You may also be thinking that it sounds very complex and may require a huge amount of investment. Well, you’ll be glad to know if you understand the basics, you can soon be on your feet, and if you stick to our simple steps, you will be increasing your operations and your revenue in a blink of an eye.
Couriers are more in demand than ever before, as interest to shop online increases. If you’re considering starting your very own courier service, here’s what to consider when setting up a new courier business.
Business owners who take the time to create a strategic business plan report a sharp increase in profits and sales revenue than those who lack a strategic plan. In addition, the majority of our clients we surveyed believe that a well-written strategic plan helps them with focus and clarity. This resulted in their business performing at a very high level.
HMRC aims to support self-employed individuals, including business partnerships, whose income has been dwindling due to Covid-19 through the Self-employment Income Support Scheme. The current, fifth and last SEISS grant is worth up to £7,500.
From January 2023, HM Revenue & Customs has imposed all online marketplaces to report income earned by businesses using their platforms.