I am currently researching my target market, building packages for various corporate customers I have in mind.
I want to sell a fantastic new high-tech experience to the corporate market, targetting Team-Leaders and management personnel who have received some kind of recognition award for their efforts. I won't go into the details, but just for an example for one package I have in mind: an employer who wants to gift a team-leader for a job well done can hire my 'mobile' (COVID defined) business as a team-building/entertainment event/gift. The team-leader can then gift 5 team members from their team to go with them, hopefully, chosen by performance rather than favourites.
Can the company hiring my business receive some kind of tax relief? The business idea I have is to help reinforce good work and boost team morale, as well as provide an opportunity for teams to increase their team-building skills, and to create a happy memory between them. In this particular package, it will only allow a maximum of 6 people.
The business idea started as a charity idea for terminally ill people. After realising I could not finance such a thing, I decided to look into starting a small business that could help finance the charity side. If my business was also a charity, is there some way for customers in the corporate market to receive tax relief for paying for my service? What if the gift package not only included the service we provide, but the opportunity to pay for the service by donating the cost for the service to our charity? If that makes sense...
My ultimate goal is to have a business that can support my charity side (hospices), as well as grow into something bigger.
Hope someone can help. Thanks in advance.