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The New Entrepreneur: Wrapping Up

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After a good couple of weeks, it’s time to bring the New Entrepreneur series of posts to an end. It may not be as in-depth as a book or a blog dedicated to the subject, but I hope that it has provided information that you’ve found useful.

The posts, in chronological order, have been:

Now that I look over the posts as a whole, rather than individual pieces, I think the overriding theme has been that whatever the options available, it is important to choose those that are most suitable to the business you plan to start. This will be influenced by your location, the type of business you hope to set up, the amount of funding available, the market power of competing firms, and a host of other factors. Nevertheless, there will be a mix that is a “best fit” for your business situation, and picking this could be the difference between success or failure.

Not everyone is cut out to be their own boss, and not everyone will start a business. But for those who do, planning – constant planning – from business idea to implementation is key. This series of posts has aimed to give some pointers on planning, and hopefully some inspiration for those who were thiking about making the leap.

[Image by KM & G-Morris]



  1. Kelvin says:

    A job well done!

    Have a look at one of your links here (Managing your money), I think there’s a small mistake there.

    All in all, great work :D

  2. Inari says:

    Thanks for the heads up! Fixed the link now. Glad that you enjoyed the series.

  3. Ray Macy says:

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