Starting small isn't what kills start-ups
...starting wrong is the real danger
Despite the impression your TV is trying very hard to give you, there's a great deal more to building a successful business than having an improbably perfect haircut or winning a "reality" show. There are literally millions of small businesses in the UK alone, and very few of them can trace their continuing success back to a celebrity millionaire swooping in to take care of those silly little money worries for them. Building a real business takes a dream, a plan and a lot of hard work.
It's not necessarily your job to change the world, either - although we're totally up for that if you are. A lot of new entrepreneurs are starting businesses simply to suit the way they want to live, creating jobs that fit them instead of spending decades trying desperately to bash their lives into square holes. Well over half of new businesses in the UK are being set up by first-timers, working with under £1000 and an inexpensive laptop. Starting small isn't what kills start-ups; starting wrong is the real danger.
So let's talk about the right way.
It's a lot to hold in your mind at once, but it's the best way to turn your start-up idea into a lasting business. The good news is that RIFT Accounting can take all the heavy lifting out of the process. We're the small business guardian angel - constantly watching over you from our cloud-based sky fortress, Clear Books.