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Business Formation and Planning Archives

Newer companies having problems getting funding

Startup businesses in Colorado and throughout the country are finding it harder to get capital compared to established companies. This is the case even when both startups and mature companies have the same credit profiles. That was a key finding from a Federal Reserve survey that was published on Aug. 8. Despite this, 43 percent of small businesses that had been around for five years or less and had employees were growing revenue. This was compared to just 22 percent of more established small businesses that had employees.

How entrepreneurs can build low-cost marketing campaigns

Colorado startup companies are often initially cash-strapped, and as they struggle to find the revenue to stay afloat, some owners decide to cut back on their marketing and advertising expenses or eliminate them entirely. This can be a mistake, because a strong marketing program can drive sales and bring a consistent revenue stream into the start-up. Entrepreneurs may instead want to develop a low-cost marketing strategy that can help their businesses grow.

Bank loan alternatives for start-up entrepreneurs

Banks are often the first, but rarely the last, stop for financing a Colorado business start-up. Data presented by an author on the topic shows that bank loans account for less than one-tenth of capital for new companies. Entrepreneurs on the search for money to get their ideas off the ground have a number of other places to look for help.

Planning for the worst with a business start-up

Recessionary swings in the economy are an inevitable and unpredictable fact of life, similar to Gulf hurricanes and northeastern snowstorms. Just as with natural disasters, Denver business investors can protect their start-up company assets and future earnings by making plans for the next economic downturn. What works for a business in good times may quickly become a liability, bu there are some ways to prepare for a quick response.

The details new business owners shouldn't neglect

Colorado residents may choose to start businesses to experience the thrill of being their own bosses. However, there are many details involved with starting a company that some entrepreneurs may overlook, which could reduce their odds of being successful. For instance, business owners may forget to secure the licenses and permits they may be legally required to possess prior to opening their doors to customers. Individuals should be aware that they may have to pay certain fees or dues to become properly certified to run a company.

Expanding a business into international markets

There are a number of reasons why a Colorado business owner might want to expand into the international market, and one of the biggest is the incredible potential for growth. However, many business owners are intimidated at the idea of this type of expansion, and this is especially true after the uncertainty related to the passage of Brexit.

More metro-area businesses are closing than opening

Colorado entrepreneurs who are interested in starting their own businesses should be aware of the results of a report that has been released by the Economic Innovation Group. It showed that in 2014, the most recent year with available data, there were more company closures that startups in two-thirds of all metropolitan areas around the country.

Using competitive insights to succeed in business

Colorado entrepreneurs in Colorado may be able to learn a lot by watching the activities of other businesses. For example, the new 'basic economy" class that United Airlines has announced may be interesting to analyze. Whether the new budget option helps United Airlines to grow or cannibalizes the airline's higher-priced options is yet to be seen. Whatever happens, it's clear that United Airlines is taking a cue from competitors that have already started to sell cheap, no-frills tickets.

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