In the first five years after their production, 90% after start-ups fail, and many of these are because of the money crunch. The founders often do not get enough fuel to keep the engine going, while others struggle to optimally use it.
It is also important to finance your start-up, but it also matters to acquire the ability to use that money intelligently. You have to start making a budget right from the beginning, which is well within your limitations. Start investing it smartly and on those items that help you grow once you have gained the funding.
There are various methods to raise money for your startup in India:
- Friends and Family
- Angel Investors
- Venture Capitalists
- Bank Loans
- Government grants
A GOOD START TRANSLATES TO HEALTHY RETURNS
A great start is assured by getting all licences and permits, proper bank accounts, and agreements with suppliers before launch. Recent policies for investors have cut and eliminated red tape to great extent.
Nevertheless, bureaucrats accustomed to unhealthy activities tend to choose faults. Reading news related to your business daily. This helps to keep up with changes and any new regulation that might come into effect.
AND ALL THE BEST TO START YOUR BUSINESS IN INDIA.