The fourth step is to acquire the business operations licenses which are easily obtainable at government offices. The fifth step is to start hiring employees and carry out an appropriate training program to train them about the business strategy, the business plan, the clients’ services to be offered, and communication and people skills while communicating with all clients. These may require to be done in a professional manner and may involve hiring a travel and tourism consultant to carry out the process. The sixth step is to register a back account in the company’s name and negotiate with the bank for keeping their charges low as it is just a start up. The seventh step is very important and that is to set up supplier relationships. These may include tying up with travel agencies, ticketing agents, airline companies, bus ticketing agencies, car hire companies, hotels at almost all destinations in which the tours are to be planned, and also governments of different cities and countries if international tours are being planned. In case of international tours, there is an urgent need to partner a local tourist guide company who offer services at a fee. This is important because it is better to have a local person guide tourists rather than someone from a different country as they would know better about the destination. The eight step is pricing the products formed at reasonable prices for primary attraction and capturing the market. This will require goof financial skills to manage the cost input and profit margins. This is followed by the last step of making a marketing plan for promoting the products formed. These may include contacting newspaper, travel and business magazines, and forming an attractive company website which offers a detailed travel itinerary for all the tourism being offered. The pricing will need to be competitive as that may be a case of acceptance or rejection among many customers.