Starting a business is not an easy task but thankfully there are many resources
with helpful advice. With so many factors to consider, business storage must be
at the top of the list as you will need a safe place to keep your stock,
equipment or documents.
Many new business owners will testify to the fact that you can’t just say,
‘Here I am, a new business’. There are many aspects involved in starting a business
including legal documents, VAT registration, business name and whether you’re a
sole trader, partnership or a limited company. Without further delay, let’s get
cracking with some handy tips on starting a new business.
Running a business from home is a
simple option if you don’t need a rented or owned premises. Not every type of
business can be easily operated from home as some require business storage. Working
from home is common for people who only need a small office space, who mainly
work on their computers or spend most of their time on their client’s premises.
Working from home may not be ideal if
it significantly changes the use of your home or affects your local area. For
example, if you rent your home and receive lots of visitors, your licence or
lease may include some restrictions. While more people are running
a business from home, is it really for you?
Wouldn’t it be great to quit your day job and be your own boss? Starting a business for the first time can be a mammoth challenge whether you’re self-employed or a business entity. There is much to consider including business name, website, legal status, accountant, business storage plans and even commercial office furniture among others. It may seem daunting at first but it doesn’t have to be.
If you have a process in place and follow sound professional advice, you’ll be up and running in no time. Whether you work from home or your own premises, give your business the best chance of success with these top business tips. Continue reading →
The internet and digital connectivity make it so much easier for people to start up and run a business from home. In recent years, the remote workforce concept has grown considerably whether you’re working for someone in the comfort your own home or running your own home business. For some, this is a great solution while others might find the reality of working from home a daunting task.
Aspects such as business storage, financial aid, personal time management all come to mind as things to consider. What else do you need to ensure success? Continue reading →