It is likely that the idea needs to be validated, even partially, in the form of a prototype. We will have to do a little market research. Maybe take some license or registering a trademark. Of course, to give legal form to the project. And rent a place?, “And hire someone?, Etc, etc.
In creating the company we can distinguish a series of more or less distinct phases, each of which involve a certain cost or investment, in the final contest of “money”. Consider, then, each of these stages from the standpoint of cost.
In certain projects, usually related to any invention or product “manufactured” is often necessary to make some prototype to demonstrate the feasibility of the idea of product. Also this may be useful in attracting outside investors. In these cases, the previous development can certainly have a high cost with the aggravation that still can not be attributed to the company and must be, therefore, the entrepreneur who assumes from the outset that cost. (More later be charged these costs to the newly created company, but that will be so only if the company actually reaches up.) Continue reading
Once the entrepreneur has given a few turns to her idea and begins to believe that the thing can get to work is one of the more doubts you can mislead to the point of abandoning the idea.
The question is: how much it cost to create this company?
In fact, behind the question of how much it cost to create a company hiding several different questions, complex and high, too important to respond to the light. In essence, the entrepreneur or entrepreneurial’re wondering:
* How much money do I have to “mobilize” in the project?
* If I have enough money saved, how I can get the rest?
* And, if this goes wrong, how I can reach a maximum loss? Continue reading