New idea · Startup Operations

can we create startup abroad

Firas Balaffou Young entrepreneur

Last updated on February 9th, 2018

I have a great idea for a social startup international can we create it abroad (usa), how to do it and how to find help

Dr J mazumdar Co-founder and CEO

February 12th, 2018

Hi Mr Firas , India is a very big market for any field. I am planning

a business in health care which will give name and fame with huge monetary success. I want to share you if you are interested.

Sumeet Jadhav CTO/Project Manager/Developer

February 10th, 2018

Its upto you, what you want, you have to create a proper plan like

What will be your work in the project, what you are expecting from others,

You gonna outsource or hire inhouse team. How much you can invest, how much more you need for project.

The point is.

There are many good ideas in the market but not everyone was successful their success depends on the planning.

If you are looking for Technical Help. feel free to contact me

David M

February 10th, 2018 is startup an "overated word" out curiosity. Firas-research how to construct a business plan. You can also do a basic venture evaluation to evaluate what you need at the surface.


February 11th, 2018

@David often more than not people confuse words “startup, company, and products”.. many think it’s a fancy term so everyrhing they trying to do is called a “startup”. You don’t create a startup, it’s a phase of a process. You create a product then turn it into business, then it’s termed a startup at initial stage and then becomes a company when you are in full business.

It happens in this generation, everything is called a startup without even any business underway. Hence the overrated term.


February 10th, 2018

startup is an overrated word used in this case. if you are asking “can you launch a product abroad”?

Answer is yes. The Internet has no boundaries. Take the time and do your market research to find where your product will suit best and then proceed.

David M

February 11th, 2018

@anonymous...i know full well what a startup is. And while I agree everyone wants to be an entrepreneur and many lack the education or experience in such, in this case Firas was saying he had an idea for a startup. Not really necessary or accurate to state his use of the term is "overrated." If he has an idea for a startup, he is saying he has an idea for a new venture which will in fact be a startup. He is properly using the term because he is want you, me, and others to know he does not just have an idea for a project, or a contribution to another company, startup or established. Plenty of posters in this site to call out...just think it was a little premature here..though