Ever wondered what the best ways to find competitors for your upcoming business? How do you analyse them? Don’t worry we cover all the ways you can find your competitors, both local and online. Then we’ll go through the ways that you can analyse them to influence your business decisions.
So you’ve got a business idea, now you need to know whos going to buy your product or service. You might already have an idea of who this is, but with proper research, you’re not going to know for sure. We’ll show you how to find your competitors and your target market through effective market research. We’ll use the data gathered here to identify your competitors and target market so you’re more prepared for launch.
Starting a business is a time-consuming process.
It requires a lot of focus and attention from you and you’ll be doing this whilst trying to juggle a social life and potentially another job.
I’m going to offer some handy tips and tricks to help you better manage your time. By getting some good time-management and productivity practices sorted in advance, you’ll start your business as you mean to go on – with purpose, drive and clarity.
So you want to know how to start your own business? Great! You’re in the right place.
This article will give you an overview of the components you need to consider to successfully launch a startup.
We’ll be releasing more articles on these topics in the coming weeks, in the order listed below. We’ll link each of the weeks’ hub post so you can quickly navigate to anything you’d like to know more about.
In the first article in our series ‘How to start your own business in 90 days’ we’re kicking off the first week’s topics – time management and an overview of the article series, which covers the steps you need to take to come up with a business idea, research it, plan it and launch it.
Spreadsheets are ubiquitous for a reason – you can use them for anything! But with increasing complexity comes the danger of human error. In this article, we look at how to avoid making a mess of your cash flow forecast spreadsheet, and suggest an alternative…
Introducing events into your marketing strategy can seem like a daunting task, especially for small businesses. In this blog post we’re going to analyse 5 steps that you can take to help you successfully implement events into your marketing.