The beauty of ecommerce is that it’s suited to just about anyone and achieving success is not just about how much money you throw at it.
The costs of starting an online shop are much lower than most alternatives, particularly if you are prepared to invest your own time and effort in getting things up and running. Here are ten practical tips to help you get going for less than £100:
- Start small. Work on your shop part-time or even view it as a hobby. That’ll allow you to test your idea before deciding whether to commit further time and expense to it.