Week 14: How to Launch and Grow your Business
Well, you’ve done it, you’ve reached the end of the 90 day challenge! If you’ve made it this far, then congratulations! For those of you who have just arrived here, click on this link to catch up on previous weeks.
Preparing for a business launch can be a stressful and nerve racking time, however, this week, we’ll guide you through the stages of launching your business.
While I’m sure you’re itching for a full launch, you may want to consider a beta testing period and soft launch to test the waters. We’ll give you some advice on how to complete both of these periods successfully before looking at the full business launch.
This week’s topic is split up into the following articles:
Before you fully launch your business, it’s good to test the waters and iron out any kinks.
In this article, we’ll go through how to complete a successful beta testing period and soft launch.
We’ll also help you to prioritise your to do list and establish what needs to be completed before you open your business.
Once you’ve tested the waters with a beta testing period and/or a soft launch, it’s time to press the button and launch!
At this point you might be itching for a full launch, however, there are likely activities that you put off when focusing on your soft launch. In this article, we’ll look at what the difference is between a soft launch and a full launch, and how to execute a successful business launch.
Finishing the 90 day challenge
Now that we’ve reached the end of the 90 day challenge, I just wanted to say well done for getting to the end and for starting your new company.
Entrepreneurship is not for everyone and so it’s a fantastic achievement to get this far.
Be proud of the work you’ve completed and be prepared for more hard work to come!
We wish you the best of luck with your future endeavours.
Check out the below for more resources on how to run your own business:
- A quick guide to setting up and running your business
- How to start a business from home
- A beginners guide to forecasting business cash flow for startups