Translation of start-up in Spanish:

start-up

inicial, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈstɑːtʌp//ˈstɑr ˌdəp/

adjective

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    (costs/capital) inicial
    (capital/costs) de puesta en marcha

noun

  • 1

    (process)
    puesta en marcha feminine
    before noun start-up costs costes de puesta en marcha masculine Spain
    • Ryan said the first issue of the publication is already in profit as start-up costs were kept down.
    • Even though there are some start-up costs, e-zines pay for themselves over the long haul.
    • EDS's penchant for mega deals has also become a liability in the eyes of some, because of the high start-up costs they often incur.
    • This would benefit Alfa with a fairly low cost start-up, as well as assisting GM.
    • An advertising recession coincided with the advent of colour TV, with its high start-up costs for the channel.
    • Experienced childminders will be on hand and advice will also be available on registering, training and help with start-up costs.
    • Finance growth through revenue, or if you have huge start-up costs, partner with a big company.
    • These provide instant high-quality office space with no start-up costs and flexible leasing arrangements.
    • Last year there were start-up costs from a contract with the NAAFI, but this year the contract will add to profits.
    • With some start-up costs already paid, we'll probably hit that goal next year.
    • And that is before the multi-million pound start-up costs are factored in.
    • The start-up costs of digital are much greater than film, but the incremental costs are negligible.
    • The whole idea is to make sure it lasts long enough for you to get through the entire start-up process.
    • I-Air paid out a lot in start-up costs such as painting planes and redesigning its Dulles hub.
    • The start-up cost of £648 million will cover the trams and the installation of tracks and services needed to run it.
    • Whilst income is growing rapidly, start-up costs mean that the contribution to profits is still very small.
    • The start-up cost for each scheme is £2,000, which includes paying for training.
    • A downturn in workload in Scotland had led the firm to try and increase business south of the Border which led to the group being hit by start-up costs.
    • The start-up costs will be next to nil for most people.
    • But start-up costs are high, and property is a risky investment for all but the long-term landlord.
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    (new business)
    nueva empresa feminine
    • You don't legislate for more nurses, better policing or more business start-ups.
    • The agency is far from perfect but there are signs of progress with a substantial rise in the number of business start-ups.
    • This scheme is worth about £3 million and is designed to aid business start-ups throughout Cumbria.
    • Lack of people with such skills is inhibiting the maturing of start-ups into full businesses.
    • Starting a new business is a challenge, and the TVBC is keen to support new business start-ups.
    • Mr Hauser will address Venturefest York delegates on what makes successful business start-ups.
    • Other services at the centre include advice on benefits, immigration, business start-ups and careers.
    • The town was also one of the highest performers in the North-west for business start-ups.
    • Business start-ups in the borough are up by 29 per cent for the first three months of the year.
    • We must also encourage entrepreneurship and business start-ups.
    • We are serving businesses from new start-ups to firms with a £20 million turnover.
    • Yorkshire is also one of the worst performing regions for business start-ups.
    • The scheme will provide a range of business mentoring support for start-ups and young businesses pre-investment.
    • It has assisted over 200 business start-ups since its inception in February 2001.
    • The competition is open to a variety of ideas, not just business start-ups.
    • In the space of three hours we were told help should be focused on start-ups or businesses with real growth potential.
    • Ten years ago these buyers would have been building up portfolios in the stock market or investing in business start-ups.
    • As a writer of this column, I hear a constant stream of suggestions for business start-ups.
    • Those figures are beyond more or less any other model of economic intervention in supporting new business start-ups.
    • The other big thing is that while there are attempts to help business start-ups, we have got to find ways and means to help existing businesses.