When bootstrapping a startup it is easy to get overwhelmed by thoughts of the kit you might need. It would be great to go out and buy a top of the range laptop or desktop with all the latest software pre-installed but this can be a potential waste of time and budget. Cash flow can be tight to non-existent and so the last thing you want to do is invest capital in the wrong places. So keeping costs to a minimum in the IT department can be essential when first starting out. In the post, we are going to give some essential tips on how to bootstrap your startup.
In Part 3 of this mini Bootstrap your Startup cost saving series of posts we are looking at hardware. How can you save some cash on the bits of kit that any startup can’t live without. While you might not be able to get all you require for free there are plenty of ways to … Read more Bootstrap your Startup. Part 3 – Don’t buy a Mac.
In Part 2 of this ‘Bootstrap your Startup’ money saving series of posts for your startup we are looking at graphic editing and storage options. There’s a ton of savings to be made if you know where to look online and avoid the more ‘obvious’ choices that most folks might make. So let’s delve in … Read more Bootstrap your Startup. Part 2 – Don’t buy Photoshop.