How to start a company?

Introduction

Here we have provided a huge guide that will give you an introduction to every aspect of starting a company. We have covered: screening business ideas, making a business plan, marketing, forming business objectives, making the right legal decisions etc. etc. 

If you are interested only in the legal process involved in starting up a business like a “Partnership” or “Public or Private Limited Company” or a "Sole Proprietorship", we have a separate article for the same called “How to incorporate?


Do you have what it takes to start a company?

If you pick up any book on being an entrepreneur, the first chapter will be about, “Do you have what it takes to start a company?”

The point all these books are trying to make is, “It is not easy to start a company! It is positively difficult to be an entrepreneur.”

Most people don’t want to take the risk to start a new company because they are afraid of things like:

  • What if I fail?
  • What if it does not work?
  • What if I go bankrupt? etc. etc.

People, who work past these initial fears and decide to go ahead and start a company, have to be prepared to really work for it. It is difficult to start a company and most people quit on the way. There will be many things that de-motivate you when you go about starting your company.

If you seriously want to start a company be ready to work very very hard for it! 

Next we have explained how you can pick the best possible "business idea" for your new company.... 

Next - Is your new business idea that brilliant? >>


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Table Of Contents

  1. How to start a company? – Introduction
  2. Is your new business idea “really” that brilliant?
  3. How to make a “perfect” business plan? & Why make one?
  4. Business plan - Step 1 – Understanding your business!
  5.             Step 2 – What do “you” want? (Personal objectives)
  6.             Step 3 – How to form business objectives? & Why?
  7.             Step 4 – How to make the “right” business decisions?
  8.                      - Making the right legal decisions
  9.                      - Making the right production decisions
  10.                      - Making the right hiring decisions
  11.                      - Making the right inventory decisions
  12.                      - Making the right marketing decisions
  13.             Step 5 – Estimating the capital required
  14.             Step 6 – How to “draft” the perfect business plan?
  15. How to raise the capital required for your business?