Will You Prefer Launching a Product Before Your Company Registration or Vice Versa?

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Earl Nightingale once famously said, “Everything begins with an idea.” Following her simple yet beautiful words, man, like he has so prodigiously done in the past and will continue to do so in the glowing future, continues to challenge the norms of the society and bring forward new ideas every now and then. While some prosper, some falter, man continues the tradition to reap in the benefits and sulk in the deficits to make his life – worthwhile.

Forming one’s own company and launching a product to carry on the legacy is no mean task. It takes years to come up with an idea worth risking it all for and even more years to establish that very idea. Developing your own product can be a very tricky task if you have no backing up i.e. the trust of some invincible investors and a prolific share of promoters to see you through. Therefore, it becomes more than necessary to invite the interest of some very powerful people.

Why should you register your company in the first place?

Registering your company not only earns you a name but give you a place to express yourself in the market. Registration can be tricky if you don’t know the basics of it but it is necessary and so must be done. If you are certain that you are going to build the product then sooner or later you shall have to register your company, therefore, registering it beforehand only makes more sense than registering it later.

Let’s look at it this way, to build a house, the foundation is laid first; one doesn’t simply start by putting up a couple of bricks and going irksome about it. In lieu of what was just said, registering a company before commencing forward with your product launch is the way it must be. After laying a solid foundation i.e. registering the name whose legacy you want to carry on forward, you shall carry on with the launch of your product.

Why registering your company first is important?

If you have an idea that does not mean you own it unless, you have something to show for it. Once you build it, you need to work towards it in order to make it a success. Therefore, the first and foremost thing that you shall need to do once you have a concept is to develop it to it to a point that there is no looking back but only one way that spells forward.

Once you are past the halfway mark, probably touching the 60-70% point, you may need to focus on setting up a base for it i.e. building yourself a name in the market. Only then will you be able to market your product more because unless and until you have a name to show for it, all the hard work, all the sleepless nights spent into making your dream a reality would sum up to nothing but a big old zero. Therefore, registration first and all other things later.

What should you do after registration?

Once you’ve registered your company, it becomes easier for you to rake in your resources as well as invite potential investors to help you take your business forward. Now, that you are well settled and in a place to call your own, you can hope to express your views and present your vision to the world like you’d like to in the form of your finished product and reap in all the goods.

This way not only will you be able to follow your dream but see it become your way of life like you imagined it be. After all, you put in a lot of hard work into seeing it all through and you deserve every single bit of it.

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