Here are pieces of advice that help owners of start-ups to avoid some mistakes, save money, and make their business life easier.  

My first step is to review your business from the eyes of the prospective client.

Find out areas that don’t work well. I think sometimes the best way to do that is to take a step back and review your business from the eyes of prospective clients.

 You have to look at areas and assess different business processes, products, and services. How easy was it to find your service or product?

Did you have any difficulties purchasing a similar product? How could you estimate the USP of the provided services?

Strategic thinking is a necessity. It’s all about keeping one eye on the future. You have to make time as a business owner to be thinking of the future, make collaboration, and streamline the processes you can evolve your business. If you need professional advice from the business and IT professionals, book your free consultation here. If you can manage to do everything by yourself, read the set of tips we’ve collected below.

Here you will find some useful applications that make your life better.


Asana is a place to organize projects, delegate tasks, and track progress towards completion. You can find here task management, multiple project views, automation, and milestones. You can organize tasks into projects and assign the teams for their execution.

Asana works for companies of all sizes and comes in four different plans. Task management lets you add tasks, set deadlines, assign to colleagues, and organize the team into projects. This makes Asana flexible for working on a project from beginning to end. If you need to drill down into your tasks you can sort by certain criteria. Asana also lets you create custom fields to suit the system to your needs, after you create tasks you can visualize them in different ways to help you plan and see the big picture. You can visualize project views as a board, list, timeline, and calendar. The board view is essentially a Kanban board. The list view is pretty self-explanatory, showing a list of tasks by project, their assignee, due date, stage of completion. The calendar view displays a color-coded view of tasks mapped on the calendar. Asana has basic collaboration features like commenting on tasks and file management. It also has some advanced features like form features.

This is suitable for creating new tasks and standardizing how work is done across your team and streamlining requests from other teams. Another feature is approvals, which helps you set certain tasks for acceptance from a colleague.

When your colleague gets an approval request, they get three options to either accept a request, change or reject work.

 Asana has several reporting features to help you keep tasks on your project progress, the goals features let you set company and team goals.

Milestones let you track major project points and specific points in time.

The portfolio is great for working with multiple projects across multiple teams to see your progress. The workload report visualizes your team’s bandwidth to take on new tasks. Dashboard feature lets you build customized and interactive dashboards with the ability to export and share certain charts.


Flow is a project management system designed for startups.

The special features of flow include a task list view which is something that a lot of people like in the application. They also have a Kanban view. And it is very popular with agile teams. Flow has a simple design and a very intuitive viewer interface.

Flow is a very popular solution for mid-sized teams, they recommend it for teams that are bigger than 20 plus.

This program helps teams to solve problems and increase efficiency. You can easily create, discuss and delegate tasks, set up deadlines, follow colleagues to solve problems cooperatively, synchronize databases between teams. It efficiently organizes your working space: collect tasks in folders, projects, sort information by keywords, data, person.


Wrike is a powerful and versatile project management system that works for several different solutions such as agile, software development team at a tech company or a marketing team at an agency. You can use it as a mobile application or desktop. Basic features include task and project management, Kanban, Gant charts, table, calendar views, file-management, integrations, shareable dashboard,

Wrike is a very popular solution for mid-sized teams, they recommend it for teams that are bigger than 20 plus. It has fantastic viewing options that allow changing the view of any of the projects you are working on. They have 44 integrations which a lot of people like to have. It has some great commenting abilities so that you and your team can leave highlights, images and pictures, even videos of the thing.


Trello is the most popular management tool on the market today.

This program helps the team effectively solve tasks, work as a community, and manage a project.

Trello has everything for an effective team job. 

It allows quickly adjusting the working process for any tasks from meetings, projects and events and setting goals. You could easily organize your working space and meet a deadline on time.

The classical formula of a startup is a high potential of growth plus a lack of experience, competence, and resources.

To be successful, you must streamline business processes, be a good decision maker-decision, be good at collaboration, and have deep knowledge in different areas.

Normally owners of startups make a lot of typical mistakes. You don’t need perfect skills and deep knowledge in all key areas. The best solution is to apply for professional consultants. They assist you to get the necessary experience, expertise, and competence.

In the USA 90 % of startups work with professional consultants. Moreover, the absence of professional consultants may be alarming signals for investors. They don’t want to put money into your company. 

We would highly recommend you hire a professional consultant. In this case, you can save time, money, and even reputation. 

Allocating some budget for professional guidance is a good investment for your business’s future.

Rashid, A blogger, online marketer, content writer, social media lover and an all-around digital guy. He started writing at a very young age and most of his skills and knowledge are self-taught. He moved into digital medium while doing a digital marketing and content training. Now, he shares his knowledge by contributing to different forums and platforms.
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