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  1. Setting up a New Business in your 50s- Quick Checklist

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    Article by Ceri Wheeldon Setting up a new business can be exciting and daunting at any age, this quick checklist may give you just a few pointers to consider! General things to consider when setting up a business in your 50s Is your Business Idea a good one? Do people other than friends or family think it is a viable business proposition? Is it unique or competitive? Is there a market? Who are your competitors? Are there any regulations/legislation you need to comply with? Can you make a profit?  How long will it take you to make a profit? Do you have a business plan?   There are generally templates readily available on the internet and from your own bank Do you need funding? Do you have  comprehensive business plan to present if you do need funding? Do you have a good...
  2. Would you pass the Dragon’s Den Test?

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    Article by Fabafterfifty Looking back at  some back episodes of ‘Dragon’s Den’,  I was delighted to see that the first entrepreneur to get dragon funding was 63 years old – although 4 out of the 5 dragons had dismissed his business plan as being flawed, and only one dragon (James Caan) saw its viability and made an offer. It made me think about how they would react to my business  should I ever put  myself in the den. Would I be able to get all 5 dragons on side or would none see its merits? I’m not even about to think about company value or percentage of business I would exchange for a specific level of investment, but I thought it would be  a good exercise for me to see if my business...
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