Launching a startup is a serious undertaking for any first-time entrepreneur - but what if you already have the skills to help your business flourish? From juggling priorities to delivering projects on time, the responsibilities awaiting first-time business owners are numerous - but with some strategic thinking, you can apply competencies from your day-to-day life to give your business the best start possible and ensure that it thrives from the word ‘go’.
Recently, during London Tech week, the Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, announced a new ‘start up’ visa, which will be implemented from Spring 2019. It is currently unknown whether this new scheme will replace any the other of Tier 1 visa routes. The government intends for this new immigration visa to help advance and grow the UK’s tech sector.
One of the biggest concerns of startup owners is the initial cost. While some may want to have all the pieces in place before they start and go on a wild shopping spree, others may go to the other extreme and be gun shy when comes the time to make important purchases. But there’s a way you can find a happy medium between the two and start your business right without breaking the bank. Here are some tips on how you can lower your startup costs without affecting quality.
Having an email list is a must today. Many new businesses ignore their email list in favor of gaining more followers on social media. While it’s helpful to build your social media following as well, this is less valuable than your email list. You have complete control and ownership over your email list! These are individuals who chose to sign up to receive emails from you, and that carries a lot of value! How can you grow your email list? These SEO tips that not only increase your organic traffic, but help you grow your email list naturally!
Whether you’re downsizing, upscaling or just looking for a more suitable environment for your business operations, relocating to a new office space requires a great deal of planning and logistical consideration to ensure a smooth transition from old to new premises.