What does it take to build a business? This is a question, many people do today!

A Beginners Guide To Building A Business

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In this article you will find some clues on how building a business. And of course, all start with an idea!


You can’t start up a business without having an idea first. A good idea takes time, you either have an idea already, or you’re thinking of one.

Try looking at things a different way; how things work, what they are used for, who they benefit and why. Think about what you enjoy doing too. Maybe you’re an artistic person, or musical; or very good with numbers. Whatever your talents and strengths – use them!

Get Advice

It is wise to get as much advice as you can if you are planning on starting a business to avoid future problems. HR consultants are a good way to start. They take the time to understand your business and recommend the right solution for you.


Come up with a rough idea of how much it is going to cost you. Be realistic. Money plays a big part in starting a business. If you don’t have the money, it’s going to be really hard to make your vision come to life.

If you don’t have all the money you need, think about looking for an investor. An investor is someone that will help you start your business by giving you the money you need, in return for a certain percentage of your future profits.


Next, you need to decide on a location. Do you want to be located somewhere in the city? The benefits of this are that the city is busy, people are always passing by. The downfalls are it will be a lot more expensive than as it would be somewhere else.

Choose A Name

No business can go unnamed, so get thinking. Try choosing a name that will connect you with your customers and also something that tells people what your business is. Customers don’t want to be left feeling confused.

Try bullet pointing the keywords of what your business is, what you do and the type of clients you are hoping for. To see things written down in front of you may make it easier to come up with a catchy name.

Register It

Once you have your name – register it! If you do not register your business name, someone else might take it. Having said that, be prepared that someone may have already taken the name you wanted, which means going back to the drawing board.


A great way to get your business out there is by social media. Make an Instagram account so you can share photos of your business e.g. what you’re selling. Open a Twitter account, so you can talk about what you are doing as a business.

As long as what you’re selling is interesting, and people see and feel the passion you have – you will have their attention.

So believe in what you’re doing, anything is possible.