Take the time to prepare and plan
All new businesses develop in their own way. Depending on the individual starting point, business idea, and industry, very different issues arise which need to be clarified before you begin. Take the time to prepare and plan the individual steps to make sure your self-employment gets off to a good start. The time and energy you invest now will pay off later.
Get feedback from the word go: from the people around you, from industry experts, from your customers and your target group. Valuable feedback and useful tips will help you to adapt your business idea and plans.
Our two-hour info session “Welcome! How to start a business” can offer a good starting point for gaining an overview of relevant topics.
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Before you decide to go self-employed, take an honest look at your strengths and weaknesses! Weaknesses you recognize too late can be a serious threat to the success of your business. The better you know your strengths and weaknesses, the better you can design and plan your company in line with your real needs.Further information
Review your business idea
Before you start a business, take the time to think carefully about your business idea. Ask the people or organizations in your target group what they think. Ultimately, the concrete benefits for your customers – and whether customers are willing to pay for them – will determine whether your business fails or succeeds.Further information