At present, there are many business management systems whose objective is to contribute to the optimization of the management of companies and businesses; however, there are minimum details that you must consider before starting a company, whether it is services or products. The future strength of your business may depend on them. Ignoring them can have negative consequences on your finances, your marketing, and your sales.

“You do not sell what you want, but what people want to buy”

To do it well, you not only have to do the math, you should also go out and talk to potential clients and people in your industry. This will surely lead you to redo your initial idea. A good plan and a market study carried out by the entrepreneur himself, door to door, is a reasonable guarantee of success.

“Do not give it more laps … and start your company now!”

If you have already delivered the papers, even if they have not yet gone through the administrative procedures, you can now start operating with your company taking advantage of the legal loopholes. If you wait to collect the documentation, you may leave clients, grace periods, or leave in a month that may not be the best for your business.

“Run away from exaggerations in your business plan”

“Your business plan has to be realistic, nothing of ‘we are going to be world leaders, we will conquer 1% of the Chinese market, we have no competition, our technology is unique.’ A plan is still a sale.

“It does not matter when you launch your company on the market.”

Plan and decide the creation of your company in advance, trying, whenever possible, that the start of your operations coincides with the calendar year. Do not think of grants as the basis of your company when you want to start a business … the only thing you will achieve is wasting time. Of course, find out about the privileges and aid that exist for entrepreneurs.

“A good schedule is never a substitute for business planning”

We believed that a website and the good reception of our product were enough, but after exhausting our contacts, and until the customers began to repeat, the problem of entering the market and implanting began.

“Hold on to your payroll.”

If you or one of your partners has a payroll, keep it and combine your work with entrepreneurial activity until the business starts. Although it involves a double effort, if there are problems, it can be a guarantee against an increase in credit.