Starting Your Small Business During Economic Downturn – Outsourcing is Helpful

Starting Your Small Business During Economic Downturn – Outsourcing is Helpful

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Daven Michaels

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

Normally, starting a business requires a lot of work and even more work when the economy is not favorable. Getting financing in such bad economic times can be a hassle since credit markets are tight at this time. So, you need to have a robust business plan. On the long run, outsourcing will also help you to cut cost. 

What It Entails

You need to determine the amount of money that should be invested into the business, what charges you need to put up so that your operating costs won’t go overboard, and the strategies you need to put in place for profit generation. It’s important to quickly say that one of the solutions for profit generation is to cut cost, and a proven method in this case is to adopt outsourcing increasingly.

So, when you’ve decided to start your own business regardless of the discouraging economic situation, you can take advantage of the following tips to build your business successfully;

Look for Financing

Start by getting a professional to review your business plan – you need to do this before even applying for loan. An in depth review will help ensure you’re not leaving out a critical factor. Some of the key and relevant people to seek help from in reviewing your business plan include;

  • Someone in the business niche you’re about to lunch into
  • An accountant – you should know that this is a professional service that comes with professional fees
  • A loan officer

Start as Small as Possible

You should plan to start small, yet having the plan to expand. Starting small is a great way to manage expenses and expectations. Then, when business kicks off well, start implementing your expansion strategies gradually.

Before you start, it would be helpful to look at your business plan again and reconsider the manner you want to kick off. For instance, would it be better to go virtual at the beginning and save cost on a physical office and its furnishing?

The next line of action after deciding on your space and mode of kick off is to think about your staffing needs. For instance, you should highly consider leaving out full-time employees and go for outsourcing solution that involves using independent contractors to run your business.

Outsourcing business services and tasks from the onset is a great way to cut off huge costs that come from in-house staffing. As a result, you will start building profits from the beginning and having good prospects for expansion sooner.

Be a Smart Marketer

It takes ingenuity and creativity to start a business when the economy is in an upheaval state. This is why you need to be a smart marketer in order to be on top of the game and beat your competitors. So, make sure your marketing strategy is robust and result oriented.

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.

2 thoughts on “Starting Your Small Business During Economic Downturn – Outsourcing is Helpful”

  1. Daven Michaels helped me gain a greater understanding and awareness of my positive and negative behaviour patterns, the affect on the people around me and more balance view of myself, our team, business objectives and the worls itself. Thank you so much Daven!


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