JAYDEN Harris is currently studying his A levels and will be writing guest posts for The Observer.
In this article he looks at those choosing to start new businesses in the wake of the pandemic.
The last 12 months have been a torrid time. Families have lost loved ones, everyone has been stuck at home and people’s livelihoods are in limbo.
The loss of jobs has been one of the major talking points regarding the subsequent Covid-19 restrictions. The economy is already in one of the worst recessions.
But a bounce back is estimated. In May retail and hospitality businesses were able to open up fully. From my personal experience, the restaurants and shopping centres are brimming with more people each day. It is positive to see society back to – almost – normal.
While we have been stuck inside for a year, ideas are floating around more than before. The online market has been revolutionised. With that new spirit of revolution, physical businesses are starting to be formed.
For example, myself and my family have started our own dog sitting and walking business.
People are brimming with ideas, especially young people. If you have a business idea you want to start, the best plan of action is to just begin.
Creating a business is a relatively simple process in terms of registration. However, it requires careful planning before you get going.
As I discovered with my family’s new venture, there is no right time to start. Don’t hesitate, because it could lead to your dream business and lifestyle.