A recent article in the Daily Telegraph shows that a survey conducted by AllBright a women-only members club found that 25% of women have felt moved to establish their own business as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. It went further on to say that overall, 74% of women are keen to start their own company after the crisis. In response to the latest findings, AllBright is launching the ‘Making it Work’ campaign, which will include online training, content, and in-club programming to help members build confidence, resilience and return to the workplace.
There has been a recent surge in all new start-up businesses. 21 Thousand new companies Registered with Companies House in the first week of August!
New start up business advice
Now more than ever, new potential businesses need new start up business advice from a professional The initial excitement and euphoria of starting a new business can quickly dissipate if the business model isn’t thought through thoroughly. Money from redundancy, savings or a family loan can soon run out.
Getting the right professional advice is essential. The right professional advisor will not tell you how to run your business. Instead, they will guide you through potential pitfalls which they may have already learned themselves. They will help you to create that all-important Business Plan. They can advise you with financial projections, sales and marketing, staff recruitment and a whole host of other business support.
Spending a little money on the right business advice may very well be your best initial expenditure!
If you want any advice about your new business, contact us