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How to Start Your Business with Very Little Capital and Resources

Business and money always correlate with each other. It’s been common knowledge that a person will need money to start their own business.

Looking at the other side of the story, some entrepreneurs bounced back to the game after losing everything.

As experts said, be ahead to have an advantage against competitors, and come up with creative solutions to be different. Here are ways on how to start your business with very little capital and resources.


Outperform competitors

Each business has its strategies when it comes to marketing themselves. Working harder than your competitors allows profit to go to you instead, getting attention from customers.


Open a service business

Compared to retail companies, a service provider doesn’t need to manufacture products to get started. Offering services will only require skill to get started. If you’re proficient in writing, you can provide content for clients. On the other hand, if you love to cook, you can cook for your neighbours until word of mouth spreads.


Look into affiliate marketing

Affiliate marketing is when an online retailer agrees to pay a commission for sales coming from a person not connected to the business. In other words, it’s a kind of referral. Bloggers and even celebrities often promote or mention products that they don’t sell. Then, the proceeds of the sales will go to the company, and a commission fee will be given to these bloggers/celebrities for every sale that pushed through from them.


Do your research

Aside from the tips mentioned above, looking at business for sale australia listings from National Brokers Network can also help you in gaining insight on businesses within a specific suburb. Each of the business comes with comprehensive information, price range (is specified), and the contact information of the broker in charge. You can also contact 03 9226 9222 or email for further details.

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