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How to start a successful startup and make it work

How to start a successful startup and make it work

“The best ideas do not come from reason, but from a lucid, visionary madness”
Erasmo da Rotterdam

Every startup starts with a big dream and we hope that our contribution can help you realize yours: start a successful business!

Every year more and more visionaries decide to go on their own to open their startup and today, thanks to continuous innovations and technological processes, the possibilities of finding information, talents, materials, products and services have greatly expanded. In fact, there are many innovative business ideas that find fertile ground in the great desire to set up on their own to make a dream come true, to have more independence, to invent a job that they would otherwise struggle to find.

Therefore, if there is no shortage of ideas, the challenge is not to make false steps and concretely understand how to create a startup that becomes a successful scaleup.

Being your own boss, in fact, is both difficult and rewarding, so before starting, you will need to gather all the information and knowledge possible on the problems you may encounter and on the possible solutions.

B-PLANNOW® has decided to share its experience, providing you with the tools that will help you build a successful startup through a weekly editorial plan consisting of over a hundred articles.

We will start from what you need to know before starting, from the embryonic idea to its validation, passing through the analysis of business models, the market and buyer personas, up to the choice of the best possible structure; we will examine the steps to take to start your business between corporate identity, marketing, administration and finance; we will describe the management techniques to start and launch your business from the team organization to the search for talent; we will explain everything you need to know about the management of a startup from customers to suppliers, from employees to the control of KPIs and finally we will teach you the expansion and growth strategies up to the possible exit.

 

If you are thinking of starting a startup you must follow us on this journey. From taking the plunge to the exit, the road is long but if you want, you can take it with us from today!

 

Take the plunge

Going on your own: evaluating the pros and cons of a great lifestyle choice

Professional self-assessment: analyzing strengths and weaknesses with practical examples

How to find innovative ideas for startups

Better to sell services or products? Tips for a new business

Market niche: what it is and how to find the most profitable

Create a competitive advantage and stand out from the competition

Finding value propositions with the Value Proposition Canvas

Vision, mission and company values: what they are and how to define them

Corporate forms: what they are and how to choose the most suitable for you

Family business: when it is convenient and how to start it

Transforming an idea into franchising: what are the operations to be carried out?

Non-profit associations: how it works and create one

Planning a good business strategy: The first step to success

How to choose the right business model

Market analysis: what it is, what it is for and how to do it

SWOT analysis: what it is and how to do it with practical examples

Porter’s model: what it is and how to use it to evaluate one’s position with respect to competitors

PESTEL analysis: know the factors that you cannot influence and react with ad hoc strategies

Identifying your target audience: methods and examples

Buyer persona: who is (what it is) and why it is important to define

From potential demand to market penetration: what you need to know about your business

From traditional physical location to coworking: advantages (and disadvantages) of each type of location

Choosing commercial premises: another crucial step for your business

How to find suppliers for your business

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