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For years, start-ups worldwide have contemplated the reasons behind their success and the key ingredients that create a great start-up have long been debated. It lends to the ultimate question: What does the winning start-up formula look like?

When new entrepreneurs start their journey, they are often accompanied by great ideas, driving passion and the ability to grow. But through commercial and bureaucratic obstacles, many falter under the competitive pressure. Because of this, a winning idea is no longer enough to operate a business. Start-ups require key components that will enable their future success and keep their business strong throughout the inception period.

Although timing plays an important role, successful start-ups across the globe share these winning elements:

The Demand Sweet Spot

Start-ups that recognise concepts like ‘the window of opportunity’ and ‘customer expectations’ understand the importance of positioning their products or services 1) at the right time and 2) when a market need is identified but remains fresh and flexible in terms of pricing and processes, i.e. the demand sweet spot.

Micro Niche Targeting

The smaller the group of customers a business targets, especially when starting out, the more probable the sell. Targeting a niche audience attracts loyalty, which is vital for long term profitability.

Investment Savvy

In reality, most start-ups are initially frugal due to a lack of cash flow. However, great start-ups know the difference between good investments and short-term gains. Being investment savvy allows start-ups to gain proper resources to deliver on objectives without breaking the bank.

Adaptable Culture

Building a team of highly capable individuals can be a complicated and time consuming process, especially in complicated cultural environments. However, the better investment a start-up makes into human capital that shares their vision and understands the initial challenges, the better the return on investment.

Proper Paperwork

Business plans, funding strategies, policies and processes – although not always necessary for start-ups to succeed, achieves the goal of providing an outline of revenue streams and a company overview to refocus team members, educate candidates and attract investors.

Here at Europe Emirates Group, we help start-ups create winning documents worthy of any investment and provide A-Z company set up support. Hello Start-up, our assistance scheme available from 11,500 AED a year, is the perfect start-up enabler that helps future leaders combine key components into a business that generates long term revenues.

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