Business Start-up Tips: Practical Idea for Lowering Business Costs

Business Start-up Tips: Practical Idea for Lowering Business Costs

Daven Michaels

Daven Michaels

New York Times Bestselling Author, 30-year business veteran, and Executive Chairman of CurrentC Power.

Starting and growing a business is no child’s play, it requires a lot of hard work, conscious effort and know-how. From the early stage of your business, you should learn the best strategies to keep costs as low as possible in order to keep up your capital and make profit. Outsourcing is one of the best strategies for lowering business costs.

Here are some practical tips and ideas that will help you cut huge costs when starting and growing your business;

Take Advantage of Economic Situations

One of the strategies to lower costs is to take advantage of economic situation when you negotiate for equipment leasing, rents and other business running tools. For instance, vendors, developers and lessors require businesses to fulfill their contracts. Therefore, you may land a good deal in terms of lower price if you are able to show the ability to pay in full and on time too.

Outsource Tasks

Instead of incurring huge cost that comes with hiring full-time employees, you should highly consider outsourcing administrative tasks and other business tasks to independent contractors.

Here’s why you will save a lot of cost by outsourcing; the independent contractors work from their own location or space. They use their own tools and equipment’s to execute outsourced tasks. As a result, you are able to bypass the huge cost involved in creating and equipping a work space for full-time employees.

Additional cost saving through outsourcing comes from the huge difference between full-time employees remuneration and outsource service providers’ remuneration, including overhead costs. Independent contractors’ remuneration does not usually include welfare packages and allowances. On the other hand, welfare packages are required when you hire full time workers. The cost saving gets even far better when you go for offshore outsourcing.

Always be on the Lookout for Good Deals

Typical example is looking out for businesses that are closing up and giving up their supplies at give-away prices. You can save huge cost on supplies acquisition by taking advantage of such closure, especially for big capital equipment’s such as processing machines, electronics or office furniture.

Get into Partnership with Other Business Owners

Also, by seeking and finding quality business alliances, you can keep the cost of owning and running a business low. When you partner with other business owners, make a suggestion to offset costs by trading services or products.

In addition to partnership with other business owners, you should also embark on comparison shopping which helps you get the best deal on any purchase. Whether you’re buying raw materials, equipment’s, supplies or even rentals, you shouldn’t just settle for your first port of call. You should check out other sources and compare prices and deals.

Finally, in order to keep business costs low, constantly monitor and look out for possible wastage areas and make amends.

Daven Michaels is a New York Times Best Selling Author and CEO of premiere global outsourcing company, 123Employee. The company employs hundreds of young bright individuals on three continents. His International event, Beyond Marketing Live! inspires entrepreneurs build & grow their business with revolutionary new theories and systems allowing them to design the business and personal lifestyle of their dreams.

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