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StartUp in 2020 step four: How to bootstrap on a budget

StartUp in 2020 step four: How to bootstrap on a budget
 

Posted: Fri 3rd Jan 2020

Being creative with a bootstrap budget

Life coach and motivational speaker Simon Alexander Ong shares his advice on being creative with a bootstrap budget.

Creativity can help you bootstrap a business for a few hundred quid

Creativity is key for people who want to bootstrap. It's possible to start a business and market your products for a small investment, if you use it effectively.

Accountant Joel Dailey talks about cashflow

An essential skill for getting your small business started on a bootstrap budget is a good understanding of cashflow. In this video of an adviser session, ICAEW accountant and start-up finance specialist Joel Dailey advises Shiri Atsmon, Helpful Kids' founder, on pricing strategy and cashflow for her new product launch.

Continue your journey to StartUp in 2020

 
 
Chris has over a decade of experience writing about small businesses and startups. He runs Inkwell, a content agency that helps companies that sell to small business owners grow their audiences through content marketing. You can find him on Twitter at @CPGoodfellow.
 

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