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Pre-planning Your Business Idea

You should do enough pre-planning, but not too much! The real key to pre-planning is to do enough to ensure that the idea is sound, what you are going to do, how you are going to do it and how quickly.  First convince yourself!

It is a great idea to have people to test that plan against, people who have succeeded in writing plans and operating against them.  An experienced eye will spot the over ambitious plan or any misconceptions in that all important cash flow plan.

The guidance of ‘do a plan’, ‘half the sales’, ‘double the time’, ‘treble the costs’ and then check if you can survive is a real sound adage and one that Yorkshire Powerhouse strongly recommend – too many new start businesses fail because they simply ignored warning signs or potential issues at this stage.

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Your business idea
 

Many sources can be the basis for you to generate a good business idea.  It’s fair to say that most are influenced by existing skills, your previous experience or the knowledge that you already have … often coming from your existing work or from a hobby or pastime that you enjoy.

Exploring all your options is vital to turning an idea into a viable business.

In addition, it’s worth considering the points below which can help with the process of business ideas generation but always remember that thorough research is required to ensure the idea has the potential to be a successful enterprise.

  • Do what you are doing – the simplest and most straightforward approach.  Examples might be an accountant for a company who sets up their own practice … or a tradesman, (joiner, electrician, plumber, etc), who becomes self employed.  The key here is to ensure you plan and understand how you will make it pay as your own business.
  • Turning your hobby into a business – can be a very rewarding way to generate a business idea as it will be something that you enjoy and invariably already have the skills and knowledge needed.  Don’t just look at the core idea but ways you can expand or adapt it and make the offer more unique.  As ever, it is about making sure that it can work as a business.
  • Look for a problem that needs solving – it is often said that necessity is the mother of invention but really it’s inconvenience!  Although totally unique ideas are rare, and you ‘could’ have one of those, its always worth looking at things that cause inconvenience or irritation to people and seeing if you can generate a business idea that solves the problem.
  • Make a better one – there is nothing wrong with a “me too” approach and taking an existing business concept and improving it can provide an extremely viable basis for your own commercial venture.
  • Trends – many people have taken inspiration from the world around them to start a business that has become successful.  There are so many different sources from travel and culture to fashion and music which can generate ideas.  Seeing the opportunity is one thing but research and planning are what will turn it into a viable enterprise.
  • WWW – the web can offer countless opportunities to generate and explore business ideas and in many ways is similar to the point above.
  • Family and friends – talking to them can be a great starting point to generating business ideas but it also offers the opportunity to tap into a broader skill set and explore a possible joint venture.  It could well be that somebody you know has a complimentary skill set that, alongside yours, could be a winning combination as a business.  Think Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak at Apple – one had the eye for a business and marketing opportunities and the other a computer genius!  The rest is history.

However you arrive at your business idea, the key is in the research to show the concept has potential as a business.  Initially all you will invest is time but it is time well spent and something which is a repeatable process until you arrive at “the one”.  Then its down to the business planning!

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What makes an entrepreneur
 

BIG decision!!  Before you start planning a business venture you need to consider a number of things.  Not least is a critical analysis of your personal attributes, experience, knowledge and skills that will make your business successful.  Knowing yourself can help you develop a business plan for a successful and sustainable business.

Have I got what it takes to be an Entrepreneur?
Having drive, ambition and desire are all fantastic qualities to undertake a business idea or proposition and the ‘business idea‘ is only the starting point.  Success in business is built on a number of factors but making sure you aren’t a liability to own start-up goes without saying.

Experience, knowledge and skill in your area of business will be crucial when running your enterprise.  It’s vitally important you understand where any gaps might exist and take the necessary steps to mitigate the risks by filling them.  Detailed research and additional training and support might be needed to ensure any shortcomings are fully addressed.

This doesn’t mean to say you shouldn’t entertain a commercial idea where you have no business experience … but the chances of being a successful entrepreneur are very slim unless you take time to gain insight and knowledge in the particular business area you are considering.  Wanting to be a chef and opening a restaurant isn’t a good idea if you can’t even boil an egg!

If you feel sure that running your own business is the right thing for you, there are certain personal qualities which will significantly enhance the potential for a successful outcome.  You don’t need them all in abundance, as running a business will develop you personally by its very nature, but it would be desirable to have the following to some degree:

  • Realism – this is the most crucial quality.  This is not about curbing ambition or enthusiasm but ensuring you understand your abilities to run a business and, indeed, the potential for that business.  Being unrealistic in your expectations can nose dive your proposition before it gets off the ground and the consequences of not keeping your feet firmly planted can be fatal for your business.
  • Drive and determination – anybody who says starting a business is easy has probably never done it! You have to be prepared to push through any number of barriers, setbacks and disappointments … giving up at the first sign of a problem isn’t going to cut it.
  • Confidence and belief – having belief in yourself will transfer to suppliers, customers and stakeholders (funders for example) alike. If you exude confidence you have a far better chance of winning that order, getting that loan, opening supplier credit etc.  As the old saying goes “if you don’t believe in yourself, how can you expect others to?”  Never was it truer than when starting and running a business.
  • Passionate – you need to be a real evangelist for your business – your belief will pull others to you.
  • Resourcefulness – as previously stated, there is nothing easy about starting and running a business.  You will constantly have to adapt your thinking and get creative on a daily basis to overcome obstacles.
  • Energy and enthusiasm – unlike working for somebody else, running a business can often require long hours and a dedication to the cause.  You have to be prepared to put in the hours and drive your business forward.
  • Awareness and vision – a successful entrepreneur will often hold common traits and one of them is the ability of the owner/founder to understand their market environment.  They have a clear vision of what they want the business to be and become in the future.  This doesn’t necessarily mean you want to take over the world (or maybe you do) but does mean you have goals and a level of clarity around how you will achieve them.
  • Communication – This is about talking AND listening.  From telling people about your business to dealing with employees, amongst many other things, the ability to communicate effectively is vital for your business.  The thing here is people; and you need to get your message across clearly and understand the information coming the other way.  Added to this is also the ability to take on board advice, criticism and feedback; process it effectively and use it to your advantage.
  • Organisation and self discipline – this is an easy one to describe but often the hardest to practice.  Being an entrepreneur means you are often spinning numerous plates and to ensure you don’t drop and break any is a real art.  You will deal with customers, suppliers, banks, accountants and many more (possibly employees as well) who will all want a piece of you to varying degrees.  In and amongst this you also have the small matter of supplying your product or providing your service as well as numerous other tasks (not all of them particularly enjoyable) around administration of the business.  The list could go on but sure the point is obvious.
  • Humour and optimism – the ability to laugh and keep smiling through the trials and tribulations of running a business is a real asset.  Not only from a personal well-being point of view but it also works well (where appropriate of course) with anybody you deal with and helps build good relationships.  Often underestimated in the realms of the business world and, sadly, often lacking.
  • Personal support – not really a “quality” as such but something you certainly need to assess and take into consideration when thinking about a business start-up.  There are lots of people who can support you in a business sense – advisers, bank managers, accountants etc – but the support of family and friends is absolutely priceless.  Particularly if they are willing to tell you honestly what you need to hear, rather than what they think you want to hear.

So, if you’re still up for starting a business there are a few more things to look at pre-planning and then the real work of bringing your business dream to a reality can begin.

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Sounding things out
 

Small business support
When starting a business it is unwise to be totally self reliant.  Sure, the idea, the execution and the rewards will be down to you but there is a vast amount of support available to make the easy decisions easier and the hard ones manageable to mitigate risk.

Utilise resources as much as possible to maximise your own knowledge and skills in making your business a success.  There will be times when expert and specialist advice is needed and being able to access support from trusted sources will be invaluable.  Some resources are free and some will require payment but the value lies in the quality of their help.

National support
Some key resources which are openly available:

  • Companies House – provides guidance and forms for businesses setting up a limited company or limited liability partnership.  It contains guidance on your obligations for submitting accounts and provides links to the documents you may need.  See: www.gov.uk/government/organisations/companies-house
  • The HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) – essential for information on all aspects of tax for individuals, partnerships and companies.  From self-assessment to VAT and Corporation Tax to PAYE. You can also utilise HMRC’s online services through the website to file tax returns and pay your tax liabilities.  See: www.gov.uk/government/organisations/hm-revenue-customs
  • Enterprise Agencies – located around the country and a rich source of support and information.  For a national picture see: www.nationalenterprisenetwork.org
  • Chambers of Commerce – again, like Enterprise Agencies, Chambers are nationwide and they have many resources to help business start-ups including finance, networking, business events and help with more specific areas such as import/export.  See: www.britishchambers.org.uk but also see the links in our footer below where we link to Yorkshire Chambers
  • Local Councils – business / economic development units operate within all councils and they also provide a wide range of information from research to local legislation which may affect your business.
  • ACAS – provides information and advice to businesses on a wide range of employment issues with the aim of improving employment relations.  The ACAS website contains a wide range of tools and information as well as details of the nationwide ACAS training courses.  See: www.acas.org.uk
  • Princes Trust – If you’re aged 18-30, the Prince’s Trust might be able to help you (if you are eligible there is potential for a grant or loan).  See: www.princes-trust.org.uk
  • Enterprise Funds – provides access to potential finance where banks may not be able to help. There are numerous funds which operate in areas across the country and they often provide start up support as part of the funding package.  See: www.gov.uk/business-enterprise-fund
  • Banks – many have dedicated business managers for supporting new business owners and although their main area of interest is the finance, (and getting you to open a business account!).  Their individual websites often have sections dedicated to start-up business and a wealth of tools and resources that can be utilised.  See: RBS | Barclays | Lloyds Bank | Natwest | Santander | HSBC | TSB

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Initial market research analysis
 

Having a skill or being knowledgeable or experienced in an area that you feel can be turned into a business is no guarantee of success.  No matter which way you look at it, there has to be demand; it’s straight forward – without a customer you simply have no one to sell your goods or services to and that means NO business.

The first stage in assessing your business proposition is analysis and research, research and a bit more research. You need to establish demand and understand the market you are operating in.

There is a mass of free information out there about virtually every business sector and this can be very generalist (i.e. trends, market size and value) or quite focused (with regard to specific areas of business).  Knowing where to look is always useful and, apart from the plethora of online resources, it is extremely beneficial to utilise the business section of your local library, business support organisations (Chambers of Commerce for example) and individual trade bodies for additional sources of information on your specific area of interest.

Whether you are looking to exploit a niche market or offer something that exists but with a different twist, you still need to carry out a level of market research to establish a number of things with regard to your business proposition:

  • Who are your customers?
    Depending on what you are offering, this could be quite a broad profile with a mass market or something more specialised which could be aimed at a more specific target.  Either way, you need to identify what your customer looks like and the more you understand them the more successful you will become.
  • What do they think?
    You need to know what customers think about your offer.  You should gather opinions through speaking to potential customers about what you are bringing to the market.
  • What will they pay?
    You must understand the value people put on your products or services.  Clearly you can charge a premium if you have something a little more unique but if the answer to the question “would you buy at this price?” is “no”, you probably need to reconsider.
  • Who am I dealing with?
    Will you trade business to business (B2B) or business to consumer (B2C)?  The research you do and the questions you ask will take a different approach.  The key thing is that you evaluate the answers fully, make an honest assessment and learn from what the information tells you.
    *A small footnote here in respect to the research on customers.  By all means ask family and friends BUT REMEMBER, there is a strong likelihood they will tell you what they think you want to hear rather than a completely frank assessment and it is highly unlikely they represent your target audience.
  • Who are my competitors?
    Never underestimate the power of having in-depth knowledge about the competitors in your market.  Never make the mistake of thinking you don’t have any – there will always be someone.  If nothing else, researching them can give you a good line of sight on the price or going rate for similar products or services in your market sector.  A crowded and highly competitive market could make your venture extremely risky and you may need to rethink to have a chance of being viable.
  • Are there any barriers to market entry?
    A consideration often overlooked.  It is crucial you identify anything which can stop or restrict you selling your goods or offering your services.  This includes anything covered by legislation or regulatory (such as CE marking on certain types of goods, or licences/certificates to undertake certain types of activity such as food hygiene licensing for businesses like restaurants, cafes etc).  Additionally, your customers may need you to be affiliated to (or a member of) a particular trade body so you can do business with them.

After asking yourself these questions and pulling together the information you have researched, you will be much better placed to move forward with your business plan.  You will have a pretty good idea that the market exists for your idea to have commercial viability.

You may have to make adjustments and alterations to your approach and thinking but that is what research is supposed to do.  It might be the case that the research has exposed serious short comings in what you are planning to do.  But it’s better to find that out at this stage, when all you have spent is time, than later when the investment is much greater (both time and money).

In addition, it often happens that budding business owner’s work through several ideas before finding the right one to run with.  What has been outlined prior to this point gives you a solid template for assessing each one as they come along – so, don’t give up!

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Kirklees TV Interview

Saturday 02 June 2018

We recently had the opportunity to be interviewed by Liz Hey from Kirklees TV as part of their series of business programmes. We were delighted to be able to discuss how important using the Objective Management Group sales evaluation and sales candidate assessment tools can help improve sales performance in companies with sales teams. We also had the opportunity to discuss how we use the tools of one of other partners Sales STAR to help develop sales managers into super coaches. Enjoy watching the interview. http://bit.ly/2JlyThB
Posted by Ventas Sales Ltd
Making your mobile technology work for you

Monday 14 May 2018

FREE learning opportunity! Why not book on to our FREE introductory event on connected mobile technology. Andy Patten will take you through the wonderful world of the connected life with iCloud, iPhone and your desktop. http://goo.gl/ztFp2n
Posted by HAD-IT
Batley based Care firm open own tea and coffee lounge

Monday 14 May 2018

Batley based care firm, The Crescent have recently opened their own tea and coffee lounge to serve the local community. The Crescent tea & coffee lounge has been set up as a social enterprise, it is doing its part to combat loneliness and isolation in the local area. They have signed up to a Pay Forward Scheme, whereby businesses or individuals can pay in advance for a cuppa and a slice of cake for people who may benefit from meeting up with other people and to enjoy having a chat. They are also providing a cake delivery service whereby people can ring up and order a piece a cake for someone special or to simply cheer them up and put a smile on someone’s face, they come beautifully gift wrapped and are hand-delivered by staff from The Crescent. Café Supervisor Jennifer Wilby says: “We want to encourage people of all ages to visit the Tea & Coffee Lounge and have even got a Chatty Café table set up. One of our aims as an overall business is to reduce loneliness and isolation and to bring people together talking, we believe our tea and coffee lounge is a perfect setting for this.” As well as catering to the public, they are dedicated to offering employment to the community. The Crescent is committed to employing young people to gain experience and learn new skills. Managing Director of The Crescent, Paula Chamberlain says: “We have proactively decided to employ young people who are just starting out in their careers, and this may be their first job. Our staff all get to spend time quality time learning with Jennifer, which is great for them. From a business point of view, it demonstrates that we are committed to the local community too.” The Tea and coffee lounge is open Monday – Friday 8.30am-4.30pm and Saturday 9am – 2pm they serve premium hot and cold drinks, cakes, and light snacks. It is located at 32 Station Road, Batley.
Posted by The Crescent
Care Company Invests in Transforming Venue to Create Social Enterprise

Friday 04 May 2018

A Grade II listed building in Batley, West Yorkshire which has stood vacant for 5 years has undergone a £25k investment by its tenant, The Crescent Care, to provide the community with an events and community hub. Since acquiring the lease of the Victorian property opposite Batley train station, known as The Crescent in December 2017, Paula Chamberlain, MD and founder of The Crescent Care has facilitated a radical transformation, restoring the building to its former glory to accommodate meetings, training sessions, conferences and social gatherings. Alongside their core activity of looking after a complex range of care needs for children and adults across the Yorkshire region, The Crescent were keen that the building becomes a key part of the community. Already they have hosted a number of events including charity fundraisers, business networking and are hoping to put on regular events which including yoga for the elderly. Paula Chamberlain, MD and Founder said: “It is a pleasure to open our doors to the local community. As well as enabling local groups to utilise the space for coffee mornings, workshops, wellbeing and community needs, we have also seen the wider potential for bigger events at the venue. “We are extremely proud of what has been created at The Crescent and with such a unique offering, we can offer second to none hospitality. By using The Crescent for meetings and events, you will be in turn helping our social enterprise to address isolation and loneliness.” Offering competitive daily delegate rates and room hire by the hour, half or full day, The Crescent can cover business requirements as well as social gatherings for up to 60 people. All three rooms, The Front Room, The Library and The Dining room are individually designed with a luxurious feel. The opening of The Crescent conference and events space sees 2 jobs being created with the potential for more to be created by the end of the year. To find out more about the venue visit https://the-crescent.co.uk/conference-events-space/
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Yorkshire Businesswoman Appointed to the Board of the Chartered Institute of Marketing

Wednesday 25 April 2018

The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) is pleased to announce the appointment of Huddersfield-based businesswoman Katrina Cliffe, as their SME Ambassador on the Yorkshire Regional Board. Katrina has worked in the marketing industry for almost 20 years working for a variety of businesses across multiple industries before establishing her marketing agency, KC Communications in 2014. Katrina has been a member of the CIM for almost ten years and has completed two CIM Diplomas in marketing communications and digital marketing. Speaking of her appointment, Katrina commented, “I am delighted to have been accepted onto the Board in this new role. Supporting SMEs with the development and implementation of marketing strategies that positively impact on their business and regional growth is something I am truly passionate about. As an SME business owner myself, I understand the challenges faced by SMEs, and I hope to be able to use my range of contacts and the variety of professional activities I already undertake to promote the benefits of both the CIM and how marketing can play a key role in the success of a business”. Diane Earles, Network Manager for CIM, said: “We are very pleased to welcome Katrina to the board and I am sure she will be a real asset to the team.”
Posted by KC Communications
Interested in Finding Out What Business Banking Can Do To Help Grow & Develop Your Business

Thursday 12 April 2018

On the 25th April 2018 Matt Caie, who is Barclays Business Manager in Huddersfield, will be with us in the 3M Buckley Innovation Centre on Firth Street, Huddersfield. Matt specialises in Business Banking, seeking to help grow and develop businesses through regular contact and advice and assisting companies in overcoming the challenges faced in meeting goals. Why not pop along to our Business Engagement Centre between 1pm and 4pm to have a chat and get some no obligation, business banking advice for your company! Look out for future dates/times that Barclays and other Business Support Specialists are with us and remember, the Business Engagement Centre is open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm to help address the bespoke needs of your business and to provide no obligation, impartial advice and solutions or just a general chat about your company and any challenges you face. We look forward to seeing you!
Posted by 3M Buckley Innovation Centre
Huddersfield Business Coach Launches Service for Community Benefit Organisations

Thursday 12 April 2018

Natasha McCreesh, the founder of coaching and mentoring business PIP to Grow Strong, has launched a monthly coaching and mentoring clinic for Kirklees based third sector organisations. The clinic, known as KOKO sessions (Keep On Keeping On), will provide organisations with the insight required to help them grow strong and sustainably enabling them to continue to deliver the work they undertake in the community. Natasha’s commercial industry background, which includes almost 10 years working for Jacuzzi Group in roles such as product development, marketing and purchasing, provides a unique opportunity for interested organisations to benefit from her vast experience and in particular her ability to positively challenge organisations and help them in finding their way forward. Natasha says: “Although I am a trustee for Hoot Creative Arts and a volunteer supporter of the Huddersfield Town Foundation, this alone just didn’t feel like enough! I want to offer a service which positively impacts upon my own community and the KOKO sessions are meant just for that.” Vicky Brennan, Business Development Director at Hoot Creative Arts said: “Natasha has been an incredible support to our organisation giving us so much more than we ever asked for or thought was possible. Natasha offers an untapped amount of energy and positivity and is so refreshing to engage with. She is always keen to learn and understand a whole picture that enables her to tailor her offer and support. We have never felt like one of many clients but really her only client, this approach is driven from a clear values base resulting in an authentic offer. Natasha sees the value in the work our sector does, she sees how it transforms lives and she is truly inspired by our sectors ability to give, therefore you quickly recognise a strong sense of giving within her approach that makes working with her a joy.” To discover more and sign up to the KOKO Sessions, visit http://piptogrowstrong.co.uk/koko-sessions/
Posted by PiP to Grow Strong
Global Branding Agency Announces Launch of Accelerator Hub to Support Yorkshire Creative & Tech Start-Ups

Tuesday 03 April 2018

Elmwood, the world’s most effective brand design consultancy, is set to launch its first accelerator programme in June 2018. Elmwood LaunchPod is a unique project bringing creative and technology start-ups together into a thriving creative community, collaborating with them over a 12-week programme designed to take their businesses to the next level. Initial details about Elmwood LaunchPod, which will be hosted at Elmwood’s studio in Leeds (United Kingdom), have been released today, with the official launch of the accelerator programme taking applications from Monday 16th April until Friday 8th May. The inaugural accelerator programme is aimed at promoting the development of innovative consumer health start-ups, with Elmwood inviting both technology and creative (STEAM: science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) businesses who are innovating how people manage their health to improve their quality of life. As a global brand design consultancy, Elmwood is uniquely placed to o?er start-ups the guidance and support they need to ensure sustainable business growth beyond the 12-week programme. By bringing emerging technology and creative businesses into their community, they hope to discover how technological innovation can enhance brand experiences for both clients and consumers. Elmwood anticipates working with 5 start-ups when the 12-week accelerator programme commences, helping to support the next generation of entrepreneurs who are already hard at work to bring emerging ideas to market that will shape the future of consumer health. Throughout the 12-week programme, successful applicants will receive specialist insight from a world-class community of marketers and creative designers and free workspace at Elmwood’s creative and dynamic studio. Participating start-ups will also have access to expertise across Elmwood’s industry-leading global clients as mentors, as well as access to investors. Sarah Dear, managing partner at Elmwood and managing director of Elmwood LaunchPod, commented: “This is a unique project bringing together businesses with breakthrough ideas propelled by the power of design. “The future inevitably starts with an idea and some of the most innovative ideas are found among start-up businesses. Elmwood prides itself on being at the intersection of creativity and innovation and we’re looking forward to supporting the aspirations of health-focused entrepreneurs who are eager to develop the next generation of consumer health experiences into successful businesses that help improve people’s lives.”
Posted by KC Communications
Harrogate to Host Digital Knowledge Conference

Tuesday 06 March 2018

Harrogate Convention Centre is set to host the “Go Digital – Live” conference on the 23rd March. The conference, which is organised by the Digital Knowledge Exchange, part of the Digital Enterprise programme in partnership with BQ Live and Stray FM, is open to all SME’s in the Leeds City Region who are looking to boost the digital knowledge enabling them to upskill and grow their businesses through advances in technology The one-day conference which opens with a keynote speech from Deputy Leader of Harrogate Borough Council, Cllr. Graham Swift will also provide delegates with access to a range of industry experts including Becky Boyd from the Google Digital Garage who will be giving insight on digital advertising, Leeds Beckett University will be discussing the rise of chatbots and how to implement them into your business successfully, while Pascal Fintoni of Arclight marketing and Media will be offering advice on how to launch your own live video show. In advance of the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation, the Yorkshire & Humber Regional Cyber Crime Unit will also be advising on advances in cybercrime and how to mitigate the impact cybercrime has on companies and their customers. With up to 150 delegates anticipated to attend the conference, they will have the opportunity to register in advance to “Meet a Mentor” providing the ability to obtain on the day one to one support. To end the conference, there will be a Q & A Panel Session hosted by leading digital and tech specialists. A range of exhibitors will also make up the conference, providing delegates with the ability to discover some of the region’s most successful digital technology-related businesses.   To register for the event, visit https://www.godigitallive.co.uk/
Posted by KC Communications
GDPR

Friday 23 February 2018

Our GDPR event March 1st is sold out! However, we do have a waiting list, so if you haven't got a place, please message or call and speak with Lucy 01484 541155
Posted by Sheards Accounts
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