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Starting up your own business

[fa icon="calendar"] 24-Jun-2016 15:15:05 / by Gavin Chase

Gavin Chase

Startup an executive search firm


Starting your own business requires careful planning, research and preparation. But how do you launch a business during difficult times?

Hard times are good times to start a business and that because things can only get better as you can see the problem and you search for solutions.

There are valid reasons for starting a business. Commitment and motivation are vital and whatever it is that drives you to make it successful.

Although enthusiasm is important, good planning is must. Without a good business plan you could struggle to make a go of it.

Start with an idea. You might already come up with an idea for a business that you think there is a market for or you can start a business based on a need you yourself have, this way you experience the gap in the marketplace and you fill it!

 

Gavin Chase Franchise development partner of CNA International comments:

“Cash is king in starting a new business! Starting any kind of business always used to need money: from savings, relatives, angel investors, a bank loan. At CNA International we understand that starting your own business can be costly and time consuming and we can offer a flexible payment plans when joining as a franchisee. CNA will only earn income if your business is successful, through our training and development, and we are therefore sharing the risk.

Good franchise opportunities will offer you a proven business format with the initial and continuing support that you will need. Your business will work under an established brand using the business system that have developed and proven in the marketplace.”

 

Nick Sprang, Manager Director, adds:

CNA International executive search has over 48 offices in 15 countries working internationally on high end recruitment assignments, not job broad style activities. The success of CNA franchisees is to a large extent attributed to their in-depth knowledge in their specialist markets together with CNA training and ongoing personal development of franchisees through the lifetime of their franchise”

Topics: Business start-up

Gavin Chase

Written by Gavin Chase

Global franchising Partner at CNA International executive search with responsibility for international expansion

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