Internet start-ups first choice of would-be entrepreneurs

Internet start-ups


Internet start-upsAlmost a quarter of British people dream of setting up a business, with internet start-ups the most popular choice, according to Nectar Business.

The Nectar Business survey found that of those wanting to start a business, 13 per cent would choose an internet-based firm, nine per cent a tea or coffee shop and seven per cent a pub or restaurant.

British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) spokeswoman Fiona Cunningham said that home-based internet businesses were always popular because they are cost-efficient, and that more people were likely to follow their dream in the coming months due to the high level of redundancies.

“People have always been keen to start internet-based businesses from home because it is a cheaper option,”

said BCC spokeswoman Fiona Cunningham.

“As a lot of white collar people are being made redundant, there is a chance that they will use it as an opportunity to make a lifetime dream come true. We expect an increase in start-ups due to that.

“Recession or not, it is always a good time to start a business, as long as you make sure you have a clear objective and a business plan,” she added. “You should bounce ideas off people who have run businesses in the same sector before, and take their advice.”

For further information on the subject we have a whole business advice section dedicated to helping small business startups.

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