What to do last in a start up.

I have been part of several start ups from what I have understood your idea is already in operations at least 3 years ago.


However this should not stop you from not further exploring why they did not succeed And they not get funding, if no why?


Before you start a company and logo and website go deeper into concept and-how it will work. In short operations.

There are several information that you can get from internet if you want positive response you get it, the opposite is also true. Try searching for a symptoms of corona Virus after reading you may end up thinking I always had corona just that I didn’t realise.

Now check on Google how to know if you are mad or not? The answers will shock you.Try north Indian masala you get images of turmeric cloves cinnamon green chiily pepper agar agar kerva, dry cumin seeds dry ginger powder star anise now Search south Indian masala You get to see fatty ladies and clevage. Most probably in wet saree near a village pond.

So coming back I feel when you went to start a project think.
Do you have expertise on this.

Have you worked in this industry and found there is a demand gap that needs to be filled.

Do your eco system have expertise on it.

Are there anyone doing it, if yes do you have space for the same

What problem of the consumer is this going to solve.

Is it scalable

Is it easily replicable

Do you have 80% of your budget for marketing of your services.

If you have exact answers to all the above questions then work on budgeting and break even analysis.

Now that you have your budget in place even if there is 40% chance that it can work, then go ahead.
Now book your domain name Logo form a company establish an office.

That’s it. You are ready to go. Take the flight.

Hisham Kabir

Author: Hisham Kabir
An MBA with 18+ years of experience, spanning senior roles across multiple industry verticals as an account manager with B2B Sales & Business Development in Events and Marketing, Food Buying sourcing and procurement, FMCG, New Product Development, F&B, Catering & Banquet, End to End Event Operations Management. LinkedIn sales navigator expert. LinkedIn helper2 sales automation and Zoho CRM. Extensive functional expertise in successfully managing end-to-end aspects of F&B operations spanning the front and back-office operations within budgeted guidelines and to the highest standards. People Management – Experienced in recruiting, training and managing F&B teams - Most recently managed a 50+ strong cross-functional team. Proven track record of managing 400+ catering events including numerous high-volume corporate and social events with more than 5000 pax. Further to MBA, completed a Management development programme in sales management from IIM which is among the leading business management school in India. Later ventured into independent entrepreneurial business by launching and retailing a ready-to-cook food gravy paste brand using retort technology called freedom kitchen. With significant insights into front-end retailing and a strong background in the Retail Industry, I shifted to Corporate Path by joining a food-based FMCG company as part of their rural market expansion.  My expertise is in operational excellence, channel sales development, team management, client relationship development, and Event Operations Management. large ticket banquet Management, Menu planning, costing and P&L, and people management. Driven by a passion for advertising have conducted an exhibition titled walk through the history of Volkswagen beetle. where I showcased several print ads released by Volkswagen Beetle in North America from 1958 to 1971. You can follow blogs on www.buyologist.in dealing with trends in marketing and advertising and behavioural economics.

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