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How to Start an internet Business – as new investment?

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How to Start an internet Business - as new investment?

Starting an internet business as new investment business make you need to make a number of steps o r stages. Not only do you have to create your own brand and establish yourself in the field or industry, but you need to have a financial resources or  get financed and build a very good  healthy clientele.

Here you can find some suggestions about how to start new business as new investments

  1. Don’t Lost your current job.   

How to Start an internet Business - as new investment?

when you have your job which is real resource of income , you make yourself more save from any worry of not knowing the way of paying the mortgage and from making the deals  with mountains of potential debt.

However, you should work harder. Ideally, when your new risky business begins to pick up steam, you can work as part time employee or consultant instead of full time job to can handle your new business. Eventually, you can transfer to your own business full-time.

  • This first step is all the more important if you’re supporting a family. Don’t jeopardize your family’s future by giving up your primary source of income to pursue a personal dream. Though it’s harder to balance your side project with your day job and your family life, it’s much safer.
  • If you think you may want to start your own business in the near future, avoid signing an employment contract with a clause restricting your ability to pursue other sources of income. Don’t be afraid to carefully go over your contract with a lawyer.

2- Create your own business Plan.

bussiness plan

How will you make money? If you can’t answer this question, you shouldn’t start your own business.

The main purpose of any profitable entity is to make money – So, have a detailed business plan for how to do the business you need to start in  before you embark on this venture.

Dear Friend , Kindly Try to find true answers for  the following questions:

    • How much will it cost you to make your product or service provided to the customer?
    • How much will you charge your customer for your product or service?
    • How will you increase the volume of your business?
    • In what ways will your business offer a better deal than your competitors?
    • What kinds of people will you need to hire? Can the work be done without these people

3- Study your competitions market:

To Success must focus on your competitor  you should know Who are your competitors?

What is the charge that paid by competitors  for your product or service you’re offering? Can you realistically provide this product or service at a higher level of quality or for a lower cost?

If so, Now I can Congratulate you now you can start making market research and make your penetration plan try to do your best because market research is a very important part in this part.

4- Testing Your Idea and Make Research.
As I said before The Research and Making the plan for your idea is the vital and the most important thing in business success before starting business you have to study well your business model canvas.
Try As you can to look for all opportunities to test runs
 business model canvas
For example,
  • Your Business plans are evolving some documents. If the results of  business model canvas  research or testing contradict your current plans, don’t be afraid to make any changes on your business plan or even start again from scratch.

Doing so can be frustrating, but it’s far smarter than risking the failure of your business on an idea that won’t fly.

5- Find opportunities to build skills cheaply. If you have an idea for a business but you lack the skills or training to pursue it, get the training you need for as cheap as possible. Try to make deals with training institutions or companies to have train you in exchange for services rendered. Take on a paid internship or apprenticeship part-time. Look for opportunities to gain practical know-how from friends, family, and skilled acquaintances. You should maintain a source of income while you’re doing this – if this means you need to stretch your training over a longer length of time, so be it.

  • If you need to go back to school, apply for every scholarship and financial aid package you’re eligible for. The paperwork can be time-consuming, but the results (in the form of money saved) are worth it.

6- Make the most of your existing assets. When you’re starting a new business from nothing, you should use the resources you already have at your disposal as much as you can. For instance, make your everyday car your company car. Turn your garage into a workshop. Some of today’s biggest companies (most famously, Apple and Facebook) began in humble places – garages, basements, and dorm rooms, for instance. Don’t be afraid to make the most of what you’ve got!

  • If you have a home, use it as the initial site of your business, rather than renting an office. This way, you’ll save the money you would otherwise have spent on rent. For tax purposes, you may want to write off part of your home as a home office.

Streamline your staffing plans. It’s expensive to pay your staff, especially if you want to hire well-trained professionals. Initially, keep your staff as small as possible to minimize expenditures. The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) recommends spending no more than about 50% of your profits on employee wages.[1] If you can do all of the business’s work without taxing yourself to exhaustion, go it alone initially. Otherwise, employ the smallest number of people necessary to do the job safely and professionally. As the business grows, you’ll find a natural need to hire more people.

  • Keep in mind that, today, depending on where you live and the kinds of people you employ, you may be required to pay for an employee’s medical insurance in addition to his or her base salary.



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