DALLAS, TX / ACCESSWIRE / July 14, 2021 / What do you do when you don’t want a traditional 9 to 5 and have too many hobbies you’d much rather be doing at any given time? Well, you could start a business based on your skills and services, fund your start organically through friends and family, and build from there. When it comes to starting a business it can be fun and even exhilarating, or it can be exhausting and just fairly unpleasant. Knowing whether you are cut out for starting and running a business is a great place to begin before you put too much into what you’re doing.
While you don’t have to be wealthy to start a business, you do have to have what you need to start small enough to get your start. If you don’t have the funding, it is best to grow organically and have smaller overhead so that you will have the funding to scale when it comes time to do so. Funding is important, but so is a plan and a passion for what you want to do. With such a plan also comes a lot of hard work and organization to make sure operations are running smoothly.
Next, branding is key for success. With your brand, you are recognizable and have an advantage. One of the most interesting examples of this is the brand and record label Goat Me Up. Established in 2018, the brand covers the many services and interests of the CEO and founder Camo Tha GOAT. They cover videography, directing, event planning, photography, social media influencers, rappers, and a record label with more services offered in the future. The success of this brand is rooted in the CEO; he is completely self-taught, and established this company so that he would feel more excited about going to work. For him, this business worked with some help from social media efforts.
By using the internet to gain exposure and build his business, Goat Me Up had a bit of a boost from social media influencers to garner more attention, especially around the Chicago area. The brand uses a visual platform to clout up talented individuals worldwide with their talents as well as itself with the help from Camo.
Goat Me Up has had a bit of experience in web television, and has branched out into directing and filming services. The videography business is gaining popularity and traffic as it continues to put completed art and projects out there. The Goat Me Up YouTube channel is where you can find most of their videos and completed projects and include a videography reel that includes music videos, promotional videos, short films, weddings, concerts, and many others.
“I really want my brand to last, I work really hard to promote and build it up. This has been a process from the very beginning,” Camo says. “We have 56,000 subscribers on YouTube and over 13 million views. My Instagram has over 10k views and my Facebook has over 4,000 fans. Even with these numbers, there are still going to be obstacles, but we just keep going. That’s what we do.”
By knowing the direction and going that way, Goat Me Up has been a successful venture thus far. The brand and business have a great footing and are working towards scaling and growth over the next five years. With such growth, the company will be able to offer more of their services and reach more influencers to build clout. So, knowing what you want and building your business on that, isn’t such a wild idea, but just make sure that it is right for you.
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