75 Percent Of Small Businesses Start Up With Less Than £2000/$3000.
Did you know that three quarters of small businesses (in the UK) get started on less than £2000 or $3000.
In the Uk, some are even set up on less than the UK average wage of £312 (or $480)
This is according to a survey by freelancer website PeoplePerHour.
Some 86 per cent of respondents say they are ‘spare room’ start-ups, running their businesses from a home office, rather than from a serviced office or shared workspace.
Also, rather then giving up their jobs and putting a strain on their finances, more than a third of micro-business owners say they started their businesses while they were still working.
More than three quarters (76 per cent) used personal savings, 20 per cent asked for help from friends and family, while 13 per cent used their redundancy money.
Six in ten micro-business owners were over 30 when they started their business, and more than a quarter (28 per cent) were actually over 40 when they launched their start-up, with 11 per cent over 50.
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Even using the figures of the UK average wage as a start up cost of around £312 or $480, that would give you nearly enough to buy say 10 Credit Packs. If you did I would add one extra pack for every 10 you bought.
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However, once you see the potential (and earnings) you will want to build your business as fast as possible for maximum return.