How to Launch Your Startup Free

Source : iHumanMedia.com facilitates the business development life cycle of startup business enterprises. 

Here are key things you can do to help lift your start-up off the ground without spending any money at all. 

Business plan

Have a solid business plan. In order to navigate your way to success, you must plan how to stay afloat through the rough times. Unless you’re a business school graduate, it’s possible you’ve never laid eyes on a business plan — an essential tool for anyone setting out on their own and trying to attract investment.

You can hire professional advisers to help craft one, or you can save money by taking advantage of several online resources which can guide you through the process. BPlans offer free sample business plans for several categories, so whether you’re opening a bakery, beauty salon or a software firm, there’s a plan for you.

Banks and charities also often offer template business plans. If you live in the United States, your local Chamber of Commerce is a good source for free consulting for those first steps you take toward building a company.

Co-working space

If your garage is not big enough for a home office, working out of your bedroom doesn’t appeal, or you just want to mix with other entrepreneurs, a co-working space can be a good option. Some charge a fee but others offer space in lieu of non-monetary compensation, like the Wix Lounge in New York which hosts start-ups who use the Wix website platform.

Seats2meet
is a European service which offers free co-working space to independent professionals in return for what they call social capital. Users list their expertise when they register on the website, and are encouraged to share their wisdom with people who may be their co-workers for the day. And from France to India, the Free Coworking Directory lists places across the globe that will welcome entrepreneurs for no charge at all.

Marketing

In today’s digital world it goes without saying that a business should have a website, but that alone is not enough for word to get around. Having a lively and responsive Twitter and Facebook company page is a great way of raising the profile of your start-up, especially as an increasing number of people reach for social media first if they have a comment or a query.
Communicating directly with consumers will also help your business show a human face and assist you in building a community, which could ultimately prove more valuable than any advertising you might pay for. Google Analytics can give you understanding of how people are using your company’s website, and assist you in crafting your strategy.

Mentorship

It’s hard striking out on your own, especially if it’s in a field you have not previously worked in. If you’re lucky enough to know an influential or knowledgeable person in your industry, your business can enormously benefit from their insight. But finding an online mentor through a website like Find a Mentor can also prove successful. It hosts a database of mentors in areas from business and advertising to art and entertainment, and one day when you’ve made it you can pay it forward by signing up to pass on your accumulated wisdom to others.

Organization

No PA? No problem! With digital tools like Evernote you can archive notes, receipts, save interesting articles or snap and upload pictures. The service works across several devices, so you access your records from your laptop, tablet or smartphone. The Expensify app can also help you keep on top of your receipts by letting you take pictures of them, upload them and then create expense reports on the go.

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