Exchequer Tech

Starting a new Business

We can help

At our consulting company, we believe in supporting the growth and development of new and upcoming businesses. That’s why we make it our mission to offer our services to startups, even if other consulting companies may not. We understand that startups often face unique challenges and may not have the resources to invest in professional consulting services. That’s why we offer pro-bono hours to startups in need, as we see it as an investment in the future success of these businesses. Our pro-bono services include a free initial consultation, no matter how long it takes. We want to understand your business and its unique challenges so that we can provide you with tailored solutions that meet your specific needs. Whether you need help with strategic planning, marketing, financial management, or any other aspect of your business, we are here to help. We believe that by supporting startups, we are contributing to the growth and success of the wider business community. We are committed to providing exceptional services and solutions that can help your business thrive and reach its full potential. So if you are a startup in need of professional consulting services, don’t hesitate to contact us. We are here to support you on your journey to success, and our first consultation is always free.

Helpful Organizations

  • The IRS

    The IRS is a good source of information about what would be your better tax situation, looking at their website can be helpful, but we can guid you through this decision with our accounting experts. This is a very delicate subject with importatnt decisions to make.

  • Local Government

    State, City and County Governments are involved in business for various reason, some of the most importants are licensing, regulation, permits, taxation and registration of your Business Name and the legal nature of your business.

  • SBA

    The Small Business Administration was created by the Federal Government to help small businesses. The resources of this organization are availbele to all. One of the most known activity has to do with financial assistent to small businesses with the so called SBA Loans,. The help of this agency extends to the assistence for Federal Government Contracts, help oganize start-up businesses (am I talking our company out of a Customer aquisition?), and many more activities.

Before You open the doors

Things to consider before you consider opening your business.

Starting a business is an exciting venture, but it requires careful planning and consideration to increase the chances of success. Here are some key things to consider before diving into entrepreneurship:


1. Market Research: Understand your target market and its needs. Research your industry, competitors, and potential customers to identify opportunities and potential challenges.


2. Business Plan: Create a comprehensive business plan outlining your business idea, target market, products or services, marketing strategy, financial projections, and operational plan. A well-thought-out plan will serve as a roadmap for your business and help secure financing if needed.


3. Legal Structure: Choose the right legal structure for your business, such as a sole proprietorship, partnership, LLC, or corporation. Each structure has its own implications for taxes, liability, and regulatory requirements.


4. Finances: Determine how much money you need to start and run your business. Consider startup costs, operating expenses, and potential sources of funding, such as personal savings, loans, investors, or crowdfunding.


5. Location: Decide whether your business will operate online, from a physical location, or both. Consider factors like foot traffic, accessibility, zoning regulations, and costs associated with leasing or purchasing space.


6. Brand Identity: Develop a strong brand identity that reflects your business values and resonates with your target audience. This includes choosing a memorable business name, designing a logo, and crafting a compelling brand message.


7. Marketing Strategy: Plan how you will attract and retain customers. Consider various marketing channels, such as social media, email marketing, content marketing, and advertising, to reach your target audience effectively.


8. Operations: Define your business operations, including production processes, supply chain management, inventory management, and customer service. Establish efficient systems and procedures to streamline operations and ensure smooth day-to-day functioning.


9. Legal and Regulatory Compliance: Understand the legal and regulatory requirements relevant to your industry and location. This may include business licenses, permits, taxes, contracts, intellectual property protection, and compliance with labor laws.


10. Risk Management: Identify potential risks and develop strategies to mitigate them. This includes financial risks, such as cash flow problems or economic downturns, as well as operational risks, such as supply chain disruptions or cybersecurity threats.


11. Team Building: Determine whether you will need to hire employees or work with contractors and suppliers. Build a talented and diverse team that shares your vision and complements your skills, and establish clear roles and responsibilities.


12. Lifelong Learning: Be prepared to continuously learn and adapt to changing market conditions, technology advancements, and customer preferences. Stay informed about industry trends, attend workshops and seminars, and seek mentorship or advice from experienced entrepreneurs.


Starting a business requires dedication, perseverance, and a willingness to take calculated risks. By carefully considering these factors and planning accordingly, you can set yourself up for success in your entrepreneurial journey.