You are a startup. Once you have penned your registration even in a space as remote as the internet and this is a good place to be doing so; starting up a business otherwise you are officially in business.
So, once it’s official congratulations should be in order. But it is not yet time to pop the champagne corks. You have yet to get your business off of the ground. You have chosen to go in the manufacturing space.
There has, in any case, been a concerted call for a growth in home-grown manufacturing industries, so congratulations for responding to that call as well. It could be a brave move you are making, because globally, this space will always be characterized by high levels of competition.
While there may always be a demand for your manufactured products in general, there will be numerous others vying for attention in similar space. And what makes an established cottage industry successful is not so much its ability to offer something unique to the public but also to do with having a reliable engineered products company to fall back on.
During the startup phase, the engagement would have to be fortuitous. What helps to make your product inventory unique, as a standout to others perhaps, is the ability to fashion your engineering tools in such a way that they will be able to produce something that is customary to being your creation only and no one else’s. The success startup engineer has already done his homework.
Do not get caught napping by not doing yours. You may still need to scan the net quite thoroughly for a few more hours to find the most suitable engineering team to work with and help you grow.