When it comes to startups, don’t rush into it and start right away. I suggest always to research and brainstorm ideas. Don’t rush into it, until you know it’s something that can draw in a profit or return. I always say, if you don’t know if it’s profitable, then it’s maybe not time to start it up.
That’s a given. Research is key when it comes to doing anything these days. I would suggest taking things slow to make sure you can even handle it. I never try to rush anything, as rushing things causes problems.
It is about community, users, and suppliers of goods and services helping each other out sharing ideas.
The basic idea is to create a place where people can come to learn and explore what is needed to start that side gig or that small business that you have always wanted. We also want people that have already taken the step to show their stuff, offer their services.