You don’t need to be on your own when starting a business
ON JULY 4, America celebrated Independence Day so this is a good time to reflect on the benefits of breaking away from the status quo.
For many people, the dream of starting their own business seems a bold move and leaves them to fight their business battles alone, however, with the right help and support, starting a business from scratch can be extremely rewarding and liberating.
As the Entrepreneurial Heart of Britain, Buckinghamshire has so much to offer that it would be a shame if those striking out on their own don’t tap into the entrepreneurial spirit, knowledgeable advice and engaged business community prevalent in the county to help turn their business dreams into reality.
With an economy built on the backs of small businesses, it is vital to nurture those businesses. This is especially important for startups, which are vulnerable in their early days. It’s a fact that start-up entrepreneurs who receive business support in the early days of their company fare better than those who do not.
Having said that, I know from experience that reaching out for business support only helps when you know where to go for that support.
Often, would-be entrepreneurs have no idea who to turn to for start-up advice and this is something that Buckinghamshire Business First aims to fix. Not only is Buckinghamshire a wonderful place to live and work, it is also home to a vast network of advice, support and high quality infrastructure ready for businesses to take advantage of.
Buckinghamshire Business First’s Business Support Team have the kind of knowledgeable experience that can help aspiring entrepreneurs with business issues of any kind, and they are at our offices in Saunderton poised to meet anyone in need of support.
So if you or someone you know has a business dream waiting to be realised, contact the Business Support Team on 01494 568 941 or email email@example.com.
Phillipa Batting is
the managing director of Bucks