Open business in a small town is not easy. The third billiard or fifteenth minimarquet, which would not only be " waiting " in the megapolis, but would also be filled by a large number of permanent clients, is unfortunately unlikely to be appropriate. And you're not gonna do anything about it.
Strict competition, lack of sufficient customers, small profits, you want to pass without encountering anything? Then play by the rules of a small town!
It's worth reading: How to open your business from scratch.
Three solid NEs
Have you had some thoughts about what you can do? Secure your ideas for a business in a small town through a three-strong "N."
- Make sure your case doesn't require a large number of skilled personnel.
Of course, a couple or three bright people will be able to find you, but most of them are literally leaking into megapolis, there's a chance to realize themselves much, much higher. Of course, the software development agency (and maybe you have other high-tech business ideas for a small town) will not be competitive, but will it be able to work at a high level, showing excellent results if you can't find appropriate staff?
- Make sure your business isn't highly specialized.
In a large settlement of amateurs of rare tea from Ethiopia, the amount needed to build a client base is likely to rise. In a small town, you don't have to dream about it. And to open your own business without being sure it's going to be just naive.
- Make sure that the case you've chosen doesn't raise any questions, it must be really understandable and interesting.
Do you have any doubts as to the interest that you might be able to do the business you've got? Then don't even start. Uncertainty will turn out to be a mistake that a small town's population will know even faster than you. He knows, and he can hardly forget. The credit for trust is very easy to lose!