Hidden business costs to be aware of when starting a venture

Published:  27 July, 2017

Underestimating the costs that a new business may absorb could lead to premature business failure. It’s important to plan for and understand exactly what it will take to be successful. Fortunately, being aware of these three hidden business costs should help get a venture started on the right step:

Keep gas and electricity bills in control - According to data compiled by BUSINESSENERGY, a micro business based in the UK will use on average 7,500 kWh of electricity per year and face a total bill of £1,062 as a result. Therefore, when first setting up a business, it is important to shop around and find the best deals for energy.

Ensure staff know they are appreciated - It is very likely that there will be a lot of new faces as the new team is built up. To ensure employees remain happy and see the company as a great place to work, it is important that employees are shown appreciation when working hard and delivering the results — even if this does mean added costs.

Get with the times - As a new business, there’s a huge chance that you’ll be entering into a very fierce arena of competition whatever industry you have your eye on. One way to ensure you survive is by ensuring your team has the most up-to-date technology available to them to deliver the best results possible.

https://www.flogas.co.uk/business-mains-gas

Sources:

http://www.businessenergy.com/electricity/

http://www.businessenergy.com/gas/

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-38675683

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