Niche: A very important factor when deciding on which niche to work in. Finding a niche that you are interested in as well as big enough to keep your interest for some time to come is a highly important factor. If the niche is too small, your growth could be constricted and ultimately give rise to boredom and failure.
Knowledge: Make sure that you have enough knowledge about the niche and the market statistics and trends in addition to any technical knowledge that may be required.
Capital: Many startups lack proper capitalization and this is not a good sign for a startup. Make sure that you have at least three month working capital in addition to monies required to start the business.
Marketing: In addition to technical know-how, you would need a fair bit of marketing knowledge to make sure your products or services sell.
Pricing: As a startup, pricing of your products and services is very important and keeping them at the lower end of the market initially could help you pick up sales. Have a long term pricing strategy to plan your business better.
Motivation: Running a business requires a lot of patience, perseverance and motivation for long periods of time. Are you self motivated to keep things going when the going gets tough?
Branding: Branding your business with the help of a professional logo designer is very important. A good logo, stationary and other material properly branded with the help of a logo designer can bring in a lot of future benefits once your business establishes a brand value in the market.
Keep the above in mind and answer any questions that may arise honestly. This will help you make the right decision and will keep you in good stead while working towards taking your startup to become an established business.
Joe Daley – http://www.Logomyway.com