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Help Me/Question What Kind Of Start Up Is More Risky, Online Or Offline?

Discussion in 'Business Ideas and Startups' started by Pooja Sharma, Mar 12, 2016.

  1. Pooja Sharma

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    Everyone is not so confident about startups. I want to know what should a person start with online or offline.

    Please share your experiences if any. Would it be a good idea to launch an online store first and then start offline looking at the progress you are getting online. Which one is more suggested?
     
  2. Prasoon Arora

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    Now a days, looking towards the change in techonology and people living scheduled it would be a better option to start an online business.
    Online business requires less investment and results with more return as a profit. As people do not prefer to locate the nearest branch they prefer to get the branch comes near to them and online business I an answer to them.
     
  3. Zirkon Kalti

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    Offline business have more costs such as rental fees, and employees' salaries but online businesses only have small costs since you only need to buy a domain. If you know SEO, it is possible to optimize the site yourself and getting it ranked for many targeted keywords. Offline business is more risky because it requires a bigger capital and most people have to obtain a business loan. Your business must pull in enough revenue in order to make the repayment for the loan by the due date.
     

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