Starting A Tech Enabled Business – Must-Do’s for a Startup

What exactly does “technology” mean? According to Webster’s Dictionary, technology is the combination of any human applied sciences, especially those applied to information. In laymen’s terms, it means any method or process used in the development of new products or services or in accomplishing goals, like scientific research. One obvious example of technology is computers, which has taken up almost half of the entire technological field.


If you want to become a part of the ever expanding world of technology, an interesting path to consider would be founding your very own tech company. However, it doesn’t have to be this complicated. All it takes is some programming knowledge, some entrepreneurial mindset, as well as access to a highly developed market. With the right leadership and the right resources, a new tech company can be a successful venture that provides companies with cutting-edge technology solutions to all their needs. Here are some tips to get you started in the business world of cutting-edge technology:

Invest in your potential startup by paying attention to the industry it will be serving. There are many tech sectors out there, but three have proven to be very popular and growing – telecommunications, gaming, and Internet marketing. Look into your startups’ target sectors to identify its most promising opportunities. Telecommunication requires specialized training and maintenance to ensure it stays competitive; gaming requires extensive software, hardware, networking, and Internet know-how; and Internet marketing requires extensive marketing and web development experience. Your chosen tech sector will prove to be a good investment for your new startup if you invest your time and money into it properly.

Airbnb is a tech company that enables people to share and rent their homes. Unlike a typical real estate broker, who will require a large amount of paperwork, Airbnb requires no legal fees. Because of this startup’s affordability and convenience, it has rapidly gained popularity among homebuyers and homeowners. The website lets users search for a city and then looks for available apartments.

Last but certainly not least on our list of must-dos for an aspiring tech company startup is to create a site that will help consumers or landlords find good tech property. While tech companies typically have offices in the metropolitan areas where they are located, it may benefit to have a presence in a region where there is less traffic. If you can also partner with a landlord or a realtor, then that makes things much easier and more convenient for both of you. And using this site, you can also create a classifieds section that could bring in some serious business!

As I mentioned at the beginning, I did not cover every single aspect of real estate investing or home buying. Other than a general statement about investing in a startup, I believe these tips are very applicable to investing in tech-enabled businesses as well. If you would like to learn more, feel free to follow the links below. Additionally, I would like to leave you with one final thought. In closing, if you are planning on starting your own tech-enabled business, don’t underestimate the importance of networking. I can say that with great respect, and from experience…the key to making it in the tech industry IS networking.