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How to start a business in the trades post-lockdown

As the Covid-19 R rate starts to drop many people are expecting the UK government to slowly start to reduce lockdown.


As the Covid-19 R rate starts to drop many people are expecting the UK government to slowly start to reduce lockdown.

As lockdown lifts thousands of employees in the trades can think about returning to so some sort of normality.

With government grants for green and efficient insulation installations, along with the liberalisation of planning regulations and Stamp Duty cuts, there has been plenty done to help stimulate the trade sectors.

With plenty of opportunities being created, it is vital for businesses to hit the ground running and make a success of 2021. If you are thinking about starting a business in the trade we have plenty of great advice on our blog including startup guides and tips and tricks.

There are several steps to running a successful trade business, these are even more important post covid.

  • The most important is the ability to do the job well. This underpins everything else
  • Then you have to launch out and take the initial plunge
  • Once you are up and running, there are a number of things that keep you going (e.g. record keeping, simple marketing etc.)
  • The final piece of the puzzle is harder than it sounds, but if you follow our advice you will be OK. It’s pricing things right.

You can read more in our full getting started guide. It's a decent read with a large number of tips and tricks.

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