As an entrepreneur coach, I worked with many entrepreneurs on the strategic business plan. During the preparation of the plan, the entrepreneur is faced with all facts of his or her company and clear decisions have to be made.
Becoming an entrepreneur is not an easy career path. Entrepreneurs need to face several hurdles before they can expect any signs of improvement or progress.
You’re an entrepreneur with an idea. You’re looking for someone with the money to make it a reality. But once you’ve met this prospective investor, how do you charm them into sealing the deal?
Every year a new batch of aspiring young people enter into the world of business to show case their talent. Unlike the era of our parents and grand parents , this generation is mostly keen on entering the business world by starting their own business.
The entrepreneurial journey is an exhilarating one, albeit a bit frightening as well. Between the uncertainties of the market and the socio-political trends that shape it, and the numerous competitors targeting your demographic and fighting for their love and attention, building a solvent company without busting the bank can seem like an insurmountable task.