Starting a Business | London

Setting up a Startup

Starting a Business | London

Setting up a Startup

Setting up a Startup

Starting a business is exciting, you’re living the dream. You get to be your own boss and make decisions, but it’s not for the faint-hearted. Bringing your business idea to life takes time. In addition, hard work and certainly, some sleepless nights.

From the start, you’ll be spinning lots of plates and juggling several hats. For example, deciding on a name and legal structure to financing your startup. That’s before you even get started. Then comes all the ongoing operational and financial responsibilities. In addition, marketing, business development, sales and customer service.

Fear not. Maximum Solutions Consulting Ltd provides startup advice to help you get started. Steve Wyatt, London Startup Business Advisor provides professional and expert startup advice.

Steve set up his own business and has learnt some valuable lessons. Most importantly, he has over 23 years’ professional experience. He’s worked in financial services, education and the consulting sectors.

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Starting a Business

Setting up a business involves lots of tasks and decisions. For example, one of your first tasks involves understanding your target market and competition. Starting a business without doing any market research is risky business. Most importantly, have you identified a gap in the market? Alternatively, is there room for you within an existing market?

Before starting, complete the below pre-startup tasks:

  • Make sure your business idea is viable
  • Find out about existing competition and see if there are any newcomers on the horizon
  • Check out “Market Research in Practice”, 2016, 3rd edition and published by Kogan Page. It’s a good introduction to market research
  • Write some SMART goals and objectives about what you want to achieve
  • Make an initial plan and create a checklist of what you need to do, and by when

The upfront work you do will support everything else from that day forward. Arrange your free, no obligation consultation to kick start your startup. Complete the below contact form or click the button opposite for alternative ways to get in touch. 

Starting a Business

Setting up a business involves lots of tasks and decisions. For example, one of your first tasks involves understanding your target market and competition. Starting a business without doing any market research is risky business. Most importantly, have you identified a gap in the market? Alternatively, is there room for you within an existing market?

Before starting, complete the below pre-startup tasks:

  • Make sure your business idea is viable
  • Find out about existing competition and see if there are any newcomers on the horizon
  • Check out “Market Research in Practice”, 2016, 3rd edition and published by Kogan Page. It’s a good introduction to market research
  • Write some SMART goals and objectives about what you want to achieve
  • Make an initial plan and create a checklist of what you need to do, and by when

The upfront work you do will support everything else from that day forward. Arrange your free, no obligation consultation to kick start your startup. Complete the below contact form or click the button opposite for alternative ways to get in touch. 

LET’S TALK
Startup advice meeting about setting up a business

Expert Startup Advice for Setting up a Business

Setting up your business so it’s operationally fit is crucial to facilitating your chances of success. Most importantly, startup success is greatly influenced by your plan and cash flow. Maximum Solutions Consulting Ltd provides startup advice and support, which helps you:

  • Create a robust business plan and 12-month cash flow forecast
  • Decide which legal structure meets your specific needs
  • Choose a business name, which you consider in relation to what and where you’re selling (locally/globally)
  • Purchase domain name(s) as well as ensure you think about web-hosting, cyber security and Mail Accounts
  • Choose a logo for your business, which supports your USP
  • Build your website and create social media accounts
  • Purchase relevant insurances and how to choose a good accountant
  • Put Terms of Business/Terms & Conditions, Privacy and Cookie Policies in place

Note: Every business is different and the above isn’t intended as a one-size fits all. Complete the contact form and arrange your free, no obligation consultation to kick start your business. In addition, if you’re starting a business, check out the Government’s website for additional resources.