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A small business has a number of parts and each part is crucial in its own way. The absence of any of these parts will leave your business incomplete. Every part will contribute to the success of your business [or its failure].
Learn of the different parts of an SME here:
The consumer is probably the most important part of a small business and the consumer is from where you should start your business. Consider your target audience and understand the needs. Build your business around those needs.
No matter what business you own you will have thick competition. You should identify your competitors and see how they are fulfilling your target audience’s needs. Then, you will know where they are lacking and how you can innovate.
You have plenty of distribution channels to pick from and analyzing each of them is important. This will help you filter out all the channels and end up only with those channels that are effective. Choosing the right channel is important because that will decide how much you spend and how far you reach.
Where will your finances come from? Will you bootstrap? Will you look for investors? It is advisable to start with bootstrapping and then looking for investors after you establish yourself a little well.
How will people come to know about your business? How will you advertise? There are many media channels. Analyze the channels and choose the best according to your business.
In this part you should think of what you should do inside the business. Marketing, finance, and operations come under this.
Other parts of business include tactical and incremental parts. All these eight parts make a small business a whole. Missing out on any of these can be derogatory for your business.
Learn of the different parts of a small business so that you understand your business and how to work to make it successful. Everyone who wants to start a business should keep all these parts of business in mind and amalgamate them together so that the business takes off well.
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