Everyone has a dream of creating a business around the things they love to do. While most entrepreneurs possess the passion and drive, most neglect some of the most fundamental pieces of business ownership. Understanding the legalities of your business is just as important as creating a business plan! Below we list three integral points to consider while establishing your business.
These are examples of just a few basic legal pitfalls that can easily go unnoticed or unplanned for when dreaming up your business. It's not always fun, or sexy even, to think about the legal ramifications when dealing with companies. I urge anyone that is interested in chasing their dreams of ownership to consider the topics introduced in his article. Being cognizant of these issues can be the difference between success and failure. The Start Up Group offers a full time legal and contract review department that will attack the legal pitfalls with you, so you don't feel like you are going at it alone. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We wanted to step back, and take a dive into one of the critical tips we shared in our first article, why. It is a simple, yet insightful question. Your why will have to be bigger, stronger, and more resilient than any of the obstacles you encounter when operating your own enterprise. Like fingerprints, no two people’s why will be the same, but will be an identifying factor for yourself in your success. As you will learn, we love our list here at The Start Up Group, so check out what we have identified as some items to consider in regards to your WHY.
There you have it. Emerge yourself in your why. Write it down, hang it on the wall, save it as your background; do whatever you need to do, to have laser focus towards your goals and dreams. Your business will thank you for it. We can’t find your why for you, but we’ll be glad to talk through it with you. Contact us as email@example.com.
In the spirit of the MLB Playoffs and our love for movies, we decided to drop the signature catchphrase from The Field of Dreams that states, "If you build it, they will come." This mentality is a common reason that many startups will ultimately fail. In fact, nine out of ten startups will fail. Why, you ask? Most entrepreneurs have an optimistic and blinded outlook and truly believe that if they "build it," success "will come." The reality is that only 10% of startups will survive and find success. Survival of the fittest at it's best. There are various characteristics that will allow a business to set themselves apart from their competition. Here are a few tips that The Start Up Group really believes in.
Starting a business is a meaningful, exciting, and challenging process. Make it count. Knowing the basic steps to success will set the bar higher for both you and your competition. There are a number of things that can lead a startup to becoming a major brand. We can help determine which areas your business need additional support. Our experience and expertise can provide the knowledge to turn that curveball into a home run; contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here at The Start Up Group, we know how intriguing and rewarding it can be to work for yourself. Let us be the first to tell you, it will be no easy task. Whether you have a particular passion, such as photography or painting, or a groundbreaking idea or product, it will take tremendous planning and persistence to see success. There is no one-size-fits-all equation for business, however, you can be strategic in the execution of your business. Follow the three tips below for a successful launch and first year.
Of course there are much more than the three points above to starting and running a business. However, if you implement these principles into your daily mindset and process, you will be well ahead of your peers. Check back for additional best practices, or contact us directly at email@example.com to start your journey.