Starting a small business can take up a lot of your time. In the end, it is worth it because you will be kicking off your own personal journey into self sufficiency. Here are the steps you need to follow The economic incentive inherent in the potential of a growing business of today is tremendous.…
Writing a business plan can be a daunting task for most but it’s as vital as it is intimidating. But how exactly do you go about it? Where do you begin? What do you include? We’re here to help you with just that. Here’s how to get started with your business plan and what each section of your plan should focus on.
It is important for every small business to protect their Intellectual Property. Most SME’s in India are not aware of the importance of how to go about procuring an IPR or Intellectual Property Rights and often fall prey to malpractices. Of the ≅40,000 IP applications, India receives annually, over 85% of them are dominated by large corporates. This is indicative of the abysmal gap in IP applications from the SME sector. They lose out on valuable advantages and lose millions in revenue due to this lack of awareness.
Bad credit history bogging your business down? Sounds familiar, doesn’t it? Poor credit, be it personal or company, makes it that much harder for a business looking for a loan or any kind of funding. Banks scrutinise your credit history before approving your loan application. You may have had your reasons as to why you couldn’t pay up on time or messed up your payments. But to any lender, a person with a bad credit is high-risk, because it means either that you’ve not repaid on time or that you’ve seen harsh times. Fret not, all is not lost! There are a variety of alternative financing options which look into your operating history and business strength, and not just your credit history. Here, we introduce you to 5 viable financing options for businesses with bad credit.