Starting a business isn’t easy. Whether it’s picking a business idea, creating a business plan or attempting to secure funding, a lot of things can go wrong. However, with a solid idea and a strong support system, a woman can become a successful entrepreneur.
Here are a few best advices given by successful female business owners for upcoming entrepreneurs.
Our first advice is from Madeline Ong, co-founder of Legend Age.
Tell everyone about your business. Let everyone know about what you’re doing, because the people close to you (Family, Friends, Acquaintances) are usually your first customers. So let them know exactly what you’re into and this can drive growth and productivity.
Our next advice is from AlexAnndra Ontra, co-founder and president of Shufflrr and co-author of Presentation Management: The New Strategy for Enterprise Content.
Network with other women business owners. The business world has grown to such an extent that you can find someone who is experiencing or has experienced the same thing as you. There are groups aimed majorly at the building of female business. Get linked up and participate in these groups. They go a long way.
Our next crucial advice is from Lea von Bidder, CEO and co-founder of Ava Science Inc.
Solve something meaningful. Starting a company isn’t always easy, and it’s critical you work on something that means a lot to you.
Our final advice for today is from Jennifer Frye, founder and marketing coach at Clever Me.
Be decisive. Be decisive in your decision-making and don’t portray yourself or your business as something that people can walk over. Be responsible and diligent in solving problems and challenges along the way.
To be continued…