Start a Business for £99

Series
Pearson
Author
Emma Jones  
Publisher
Pearson
Cover
Softcover
Edition
1
Language
English
Total pages
224
Pub.-date
March 2015
ISBN13
9781292065779
ISBN
129206577X
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9781292065779
Start a Business for £99
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Description

Start your own business, be your own boss and still get change from £100. 

 

This friendly, step-by-step guide will show you how you can live your small business dreams. Covering everything you need to know about making your idea a reality you'll finally be able to stop dreaming, and start doing - and all for less than £100.

Table of Contents

StartUp Mania hits UK

How to start a business on a budget:

 

PART ONE: PREPARATION AND PLANNING   

§  Coming up with an Idea  

§  Carrying out Market Research

§  Writing a Business Plan  

 

PART TWO: SET-UP

§  Taking care of company admin

§  Tech set-up

 

PART THREE: START SELLING AND GET KNOWN  

§  Making Sales

§  Branding on a Budget

 

PART FOUR: GOING FOR GROWTH  

§  Finding Space

§  Hiring People

§  Raising Funds

 

And finally …

§  Managing the money

Appendices

§  Summary of StartUp costs

§  Free Tools 

§  Checklists

With thanks

Back Cover

If you want to break out of the 9─5 job cycle but you’re worried about the expense of setting up a business, then this is your ultimate guide to starting up by spending less.

 

Covering everything you need to know from a business idea to funding, marketing, social media and growth, you’ll discover how to build a lasting business for less than £100.

 

· Come up with a winning idea

· Take your idea from concept to market

· Carry out high-value low-cost market research

· Develop a professional online presence for less

· Make the most of free technology tools

· Raise your profile with no marketing budget required

· Find space and people by borrowing and bartering

 

Be your own boss and live the life you want - for less.

Author

Emma Jones is a small business expert and author. She is founder of the UK’s most active small business network, Enterprise Nation and co-founder of national enterprise campaign, StartUp Britain.

 

Emma speaks regularly at small business events and is often in the media commenting on small business issues. She received an MBE for services to enterprise in 2012.