Where to start!
Poisongirl81 · 15/09/2018 11:30
I am considering starting up on my own...similar to what I do now. I have literally no idea where to start....I need a website yes but do I also need an accountant, to go on companies house etc?
sleepismysuperpower1 · 15/09/2018 13:28
may help checking out this website
all the best for your new adventure!
JanineCunningham · 06/11/2018 18:20
You can register as a sole trader with the HMRC or you can form a Limited Company with the Companies House, both of which have pros and cons. My advice would be to do some research on it. Open a FB page for your business and make sure that if you do get a website that it is designed to make your business stand out. Start getting the word out to your friends and family in the meantime.
speakout · 11/11/2018 06:21
Start small. You may not need a website, you don't need an accountant, you don't need to register as a business, you don't need a business bank account.
Start generating revenue, register with HMRC as a sole trader and go.
Take further steps as you need them.
ThomasLewis · 11/11/2018 15:00
To start a business, you first need to have a client base, a finished product for sale, and a team to get started. By the way, I saw an interesting model recently there www.splento.com/corporate-photographer-liverpool when I was looking for a photographer for a corporate photo shoot. Rather, not even a model, but a qualitatively different quality of service.
speakout · 11/11/2018 15:07
To start a business, you first need to have a client base, a finished product for sale, and a team to get started
Not for all businesses.
Tubby2424 · 09/12/2018 21:41
My Son is seventeen and is training to be an electrician st Leeds college but needs an apprenticeship to complete his exams. Are there any companies out there willing to give him a chance. His tutor informs him he may get distinction in his results also has a hundred percent attendance and should pass his driving test in January 2019. Can anybody help.
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