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Puru BhatnagarTop Contributor
Business Analyst, Entrepreneur, Business developer, Marketer

Everh startups wants to cut down their expenses, for a successful operation of a startup it is necessary to manage expenses and reach to tge break even point as early as possible and then can finally start earning some profits.

There are many tools which can be used to develop some good insights and to check for feasibility of your plan.

Here are some few:

1). Mindmeister 

This tool is quite helpful in ideation phase as through this web-based tool you can discuss and collaborate with expert for planning out things. It's MeisterTask tool can be collabrated with Mindmeister and it is one of the best task management tool.

2).  QuickMVP 

This tool help you to analysing the need of your customer plus it also helps you to build a landing page for your website apart from that it also helps you to calculate some metrices like profit margin etc.

3). Beta List

This help you in a way to get traction for a successful launch of your starrup. It present your idea to business enthusiastic and througj them you can get valueable feedbacks.

4). Mailchimp

This tool help you to send automated emails to your subscribers or your clients, you can even run email campaign through it .

5). Crunchbase

This platform help you to connect with experts and take startup related decisions. Not only that you can even get the access of other startups investors and funding data through their web interface.






The total employment from a group of startups is highest at birth and declines as the firms age. Put another way employment gains from growing businesses are less than employment declines from shrinking and closing businesses.


In the last two decades about 60 percent of the private sectors net new jobs have been created by existing establishments and about 40 percent from the churn of startups minus closures. While firm births account for many new jobs job losses from firm closures are equally important in accounting for net effects to employment levels.