When it comes to finance, jargon can quickly become confusing. In this piece, we aim to chop this jargon up into digestible, easy to understand definitions with a simple example.
This week we’re looking at your target market. Specifically how to find your target audience through effective market research. We show you ways you can find your audience, both local and online. We show you how to create customer personas and how to use them to mould your business.
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.
Struggling to come up with ideas for businesses? Don’t worry, we’ll take you through an easy process for coming up with business ideas that match your skillset. We’ll take you through how to identify a gap in the market, if it’s a good business idea and whether it’ll be profitable.
Today we take a look at the risks and rewards of starting a business. Starting your own business can be very rewarding. There are also a number of risks involved in becoming an entrepreneur. This blog post covers all the problems and joys you might expect to encounter when starting your own business and being your own boss.
For many entrepreneurs, borrowing is a necessary evil as few new businesses have the capital to be entirely self-funded.
In this article, I’ll explain the role credit scores play in startup funding and some of the credit score-based borrowing options available.
It’s so easy to make money online. Isn’t it? Well… This week we’re looking at 6 ways to make money online and the strengths and pitfalls of each.
In the second article in our Beginner’s Guide to Variance Analysis, we look at the kinds of information you’ll need to complete a variance analysis, and how to calculate the % variance between actual and forecast values.