Get your start-up off the ground with these 5 cool entrepreneurial tools
Do you have an awesome idea for a business but don’t know where to start? Getting your idea off the ground might be easier than you think with these top five innovative entrepreneurial tools.
1. Google Campus
If you’re looking for a little bit of Google magic when it comes to getting your business off the ground then Google Campus could be for you.
A seven-storey ‘start-up hub’ in east London, it offers a flexible workspace with free high speed internet, support events and workshops. You can rent a space temporarily or permanently and work alongside like-minded entrepreneurs, swapping skills and talking ideas. It currently has more than 10,000 members and permanently houses over 100 different companies.
Chances are you’ve already heard of Kickstarter, which has been used to fund Hollywood blockbusters (the Veronica Mars movie) and businesses alike.
All you do is upload a video about your business and set a financial target and deadline. If people like your idea they’ll invest but they don’t get equity in return. Instead you offer perks, such as t-shirts, mementos or the product itself. If you don’t hit your target you get nothing but if you to Kickstarter takes a 5 per cent fee and you’ve got the money you need to start your business. Perfect.
Video: How to Start a Startup: Getting a B2B business off the ground (Stephan Schambach)
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