We find ourselves in the Age of the Great British Start-up!
Everywhere, it seems, people have a new idea that they want to turn into a business, a new business model that they want to turn into a company — or an old company that needs a new idea. Britain has always been a nation of small businesses but the rapid growth in new businesses, fuelled by the Internet, is quite staggering.
So how do you navigate your way through this new era of start-ups?
Whether you’re launching your own “dotcom” (or “dot.co.uk” for that matter) or starting the restaurant that you have always dreamed of opening, how do you make the right decisions? Should you wait until you have just a little more money or go for it? Find the right partner or go it alone?
Success in business comes as a result of planning.
In the present economy you have to have a business plan that shows you what your ultimate objectives are, the reason for those objectives, and each milestone that must be passed in order to reach them.
We found many Business Plans for use in the U.K. These British Business Plan packages have completed wording (not simply a template or a huge list of questions!), and have been written by experts in business planning and in running British businesses.