If you are thinking about starting a business in Hertfordshire or would like to grow your existing business, you have come to the right place!
Start Your Own Business in Hertfordshire contains masses of free resources and the useful information that will help give your venture the best chance of success. It also highlights local organisations who offer friendly business advice and services that you need.
We have been helping start-ups and existing business owners in Hertfordshire since 2005 and a list of key local contacts can be found below.
Packed with the information that you need to start or grow a business in Hertfordshire.
Easy to follow step by step guide
Choosing the right structure
Online marketing, social media
Where to find help and support
Work from home or premises?
How to find and recruit
The reality of running a business
Your funding options
The key considerations
Are you ready?
Tax and VAT explained
Is there a gap in the market?
Tips and local groups
Need start up advice, help with your business plan, funding, sales or marketing. Overwhelmed with everyday administrative tasks. Reluctant to take on staff for budgetary reasons. Wish you had more time to focus on developing your business.
We provide administrative support and consultancy services for charities, SMEs, social enterprises, sole traders and start-ups on an ad hoc basis at affordable prices. Please contact us for a quote.
Our services include:
Invoicing and payment collection
Website build and updates
Business plans and projections
Help securing funding
Market research and surveys
On and offline marketing
Branding and PR
We are delighted to promote suitable businesses and organisations completely FREE of charge. Your coverage can contain: logo, company name, brief description, special offers, telephone number and link to your website.
We have created a collection of start-up steps articles to help anyone with whatever stage they are on with their business journey. Hundreds of thousands of people have gone before you and we can learn from what they got right and avoid the things that have been proved not to work so well.
You can see the full list of 'steps' at: Startup Steps