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    Question what do you consider for putting up a business?
    Now a days it is really hard to put up a new business. More like very risky. There should be a lot of preparations. Planning, goal setting etc. . How about you guys? what do you consider for putting up a business?

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    well, if I was fortunate enough to have a day job I'd probably keep it for a while

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    Quote Originally Posted by riz033
    Now a days it is really hard to put up a new business. More like very risky. There should be a lot of preparations. Planning, goal setting etc. . How about you guys? what do you consider for putting up a business?
    Hi Riz033 LOL I do love your post! Are you out of ideas? I am just kidding, My business Idea is setting up the first full service restaurant on the space station, what is yours?

    I even have a name for it "The Floating Rock Cafe" now I don't want to see in a couple of months that you have stolen my idea!
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    what do you consider for putting up a business?
    start small, pay cash, avoid debt

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    Be sure to do plenty of research in the niche to make sure it's not over saturated already.

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    Make sure your business is something you somewhat enjoy doing. Learn everything you can about the industry and the operations of the business (maybe even consider working for someone else in that field in order to learn about the day to day running of the business). Prepare a business plan that covers all aspects of the business and covers pre-opening, first year, and long-term operations. Learn bookkeeping and basic accounting. Watch your cash-flow analysis and be as liquid as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riz033
    Now a days it is really hard to put up a new business. More like very risky. There should be a lot of preparations. Planning, goal setting etc. . How about you guys? what do you consider for putting up a business?
    Nothing ventured nothing gained mate

    we all know that the more difficult it is, often the more the potential gain

    My main pre-requisite though is flexibility. I have to be able to pick it up at any time and put it down at will
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