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    • Adapt Web

      Business Owner

      @adapt-web

      Question submitted 03/12/20 @ 09:55am

      (Apologies if this is too detailed or not in the right format, as this is my first time here!) Hi there, I’m in the midst of planning my web design/services company, and I have limited (or maybe no) knowledge of what services I would need for financial matters. I will be a sole trader, so no employees to deal with at first. I’m wondering whether I need an accountant, a book keeper or whether I could just get away with using book keeping software? It’s mainly for invoicing, paying my own wages, keeping track of expenses etc. What would you recommend, given that I don’t have much start up cash?

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    • Amanda

      Industry Expert

      @apausina

      Question submitted 20/08/20 @ 04:29am

      How am I best to test my product/concept before investing too much and going too far with design & printing? 

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    • anonymous123

      Business Owner

      @anonymous123

      Question submitted 16/08/20 @ 10:39pm

      I have a background in working successfully within a government sector. I achieved highly here and developed a reputation. Outside of the structure of an organisation I don’t know where to start. I am female in my mid 30’s and so many women I speak to also have ideas, but don’t know what to do exactly. I currently have my Masters of Psychology and would love to do something in the mental health arena. I can FEEL what it is (this is exactly the language many of my female colleagues also use) and I know I have the professional skills to execute at a high level…but I don’t know what to do. How do you “unlock” and clarify what is a very instinctive knowledge about what you want to do? Where do you start? I feel many strong female leaders in my sector also feel this way, and it feels too difficult to start something, so we sit on our “hunches” and never develop our ideas. I’d love to have some advice on how to get your ideas out into the open and to take action!

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