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3 Considerations For Your New Startup Venture


Got plans of putting up a small business but don’t know how or where to start? We got you covered!

Opening up a business requires researching various resources about owning a business, such as legal documents, branding, and launching services.

Let’s condense all the requirements into three major-points: Cost, Location, and Target Market.


At this point, we’ll generalize the total cost of your small-business scheme, learn the industry, and ask about how much it takes to cover your startup’s initial setup.

After taking precise notes of the fees, legal papers, first inventory, supplies, and stock information, back it up in an updated spreadsheet and send a copy to everyone involved in the process.

Being organized with your total inventory and fully aware of your budget will significantly help you down the road. Start small and work your way up into a more secure, organized, and systemized-way.


With the industry startups and e-commerce booming, you have to ask yourself if you’re better starting with a physical location.

Going traditional with location can help you establish your name with the immediate area locals. On the other hand, e-commerce will release your brands with a large audience and an even larger platform.

It’s worthy to-consider that going cloud will benefit you tremendously, as you won’t need a physical location other than a warehouse or an office space for your inventory/team.

If you’re thinking of going e-commerce to create your website while being safe in the hands of cloud experts, look no further!

Here at ServerHub, we go above and beyond by helping you do it from scratch and host services to launch your brand for audiences who’re hard to reach under geographical disadvantages.


This point is highly essential to the planning phase, as your business should appeal to a certain-industry with its own demographic.

For instance, you’ve created a product related to the animation industry. You have to identify your demographic or group of people from that industry.

Is your product or service lean towards traditional 2D animators, or does it appeal more to the 3D market? Use these identifiers to learn more about how to sell and peddle your services and products to your intended market.

Feel free to use these condensed points to sort out your preferences or specificities in and about your business.

However, remember that running a business is a life-long journey and a big commitment; research, learn, and understand every little aspect of starting your business before you take things in a serious direction.

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