When you start a new business, it’s fair to say that you have a lot on your plate and a lot of hard work ahead of you. As well as ensuring that you have an excellent product or service that people will want to take advantage of, admin to keep the company afloat and managing your finances, you also need to ensure that you build the right tools to support your efforts.
In this post, I will help you with the last part of that list by showing you which tools are most important when you just start out…
An Excellent Connection
In the 21st Century, the most important infrastructure you can have is a solid internet connection. Luckily, companies like Glasvezel Offerte have made fiber connections more affordable than ever before. Get yourself a fiber connection, and you won’t have to worry about slow running internet or extensive losses in service that could cost your company dearly.
Every business, new or otherwise, needs a blog if it wants to drive traffic its way and make the most of the opportunities afforded by the internet. WordPress is probably the easiest and most efficient content management system for blogging that there is. Even if you’re a complete novice, you should be able to set up a great blog using its technology.
QuickBooks is an excellent piece of accounting software that makes tracking your incomings and outgoings, as well as paying your invoices and monitoring the amount of time spent working on a job, effortless. If you use this, then you won’t have to invest in an accountant and everything that goes along with that. If you want to save money, this is an excellent way to do so.
A Business Bank Account
On the subject of money, even if you’re a brand new startup working out of your own home, you’re going to want to open a business bank account, so that you can keep your business and personal finances separate and make doing your taxes so much easier too.
Customer Relationship Management Software is essential if you want to be able to monitor social media chats with customers, emails sent to and from them and more. Modern businesses need to know about their customers so that they can use data to sell more and a CRM setup is the best way to do that on a budget.
From servers to storage, if you use the cloud, you will save money because you won’t have to buy anything physical yourself, Cloud providers will enable you to store data and run your business remotely using their hardware, which means big savings for your startup. If it can be done in the cloud, do it in the cloud.
Social Media Accounts
As a new business, if you want to start marketing your goods and services, but you don’t have a big budget for advertising, it is important that you sign up to as many social media platforms, create profiles and post on them regularly, as you can. This will help to build up your presence and your reputation.
Time to start collecting those tools!
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