Select A Business Idea
Here, I will share with you every tip and resource I know, found, developed or researched over decades as a business owner and university lecturer. My objective is to make your journey as a business-person more enjoyable.
You should find everything you need to develop your venture here.
(But if it's not here yet, I'll put it on, just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org !)
Jul 15, 14 07:09 PM
14 July 2014 - it has been about 8 days since the workshop and it was also the day I tendered my resignation. Frankly speaking, I do not know yet the exact
Jul 08, 14 03:56 AM
The two day courses really rock me up, it has changed my view toward everything , my products , clients and market. I started the path of entrepreneur
Jul 08, 14 12:32 AM
Being someone who has no absolute background knowledge on business set-up and finance management, this has been a 2-day brilliant crash course for me to
Armed with a list of business ideas, you are now ready to select a suitable business venture that suits you. Generate some business ideas here if you have not done so.
Take 15 minutes and use this specially designed
to determine which business idea best suits your needs.
Consider these carefully as well when picking the best business idea:
- Personal considerations
- Business Considerations
Before deciding which business idea to go with, consider if there is a market for your product or service, and the capital requirement.
Is there a market for your product or service?
Simple demand and supply theory. If there is no significant demand for your product or service, then you are clearly wasting your time and money.
Ask yourself these questions:
Who will buy my product or service?
Why will they buy from me rather than my competitor?
What is the market size?
What is the supply for similar product or service? Is there an over-supply?
Is this industry growing?
realistic and find out how much capital you can raise. Your sources of
funds at this point should include yourself, friends and family.
a list of your assets and determine if you have enough to start. If
not, are there other sources like government aid or grants?
Search them out.