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Do you have a feasible business idea?
August 10, 2022
You’ve been a hard-working and loyal employee over the years, but you’ve always had ambitions of starting your own business. Recently, you’ve had an idea and you think it ticks all the right boxes.
There is no risk-free way to start your own company, but there are some assessments you can carry out before making a commitment. If your idea fits the following categories, then it might just be a feasible plan.
Is it unique?
Many people come up with “unique” ideas, only to realize that they have already been done after carrying out a brief google search. Does your business venture bring something new to the market? Will it solve a problem for consumers? If you want to establish a long-term company, then this is something that warrants careful consideration.
Are the margins right?
You have a product or service that you know you can deliver. However, it’s going to cost you initially to get up and running. Are you going to be able to make this money back and turn a profit? After hitting your targets, are you going to have enough profit to keep expanding and hire new team members? Even if you are offering the best product or service available, at the end of the day, you still need to make money.
Are you legally protected?
There are many legal aspects to forming your own company. You’re going to want to think about the structure that your business takes. You’ll also need to consider how your trade secrets and intellectual property will be protected. Seeking legal guidance on these issues can help you land on your feet.