Each year hundreds of people get bitten by the entrepreneurial bug and decide to start on the road to small business ownership. Armed with huge inspiration, but perhaps not as much organization, many small businesses begin and end within one year. Statistics show 50% will end within a year, and up to 80% within 4 years.
There are more thnan 32 million small businesses in the United States, according to the Office of Advocacy. That number is rapidly growing, and with it economic growth. More than 67% of the new jobs created since 2008 have been through small businesses. t.
The idea of running your own business is, for many, a lot more exciting when it is only in your head. The reality can be far different from what you ever imagined, and not always better. But you don’t want to waste all your hard work, or miss out on all the opportunities that owning a small business can provided.
In this Business Basics for Beginners title, discover the essentials of setting up your own business:
1. Writing a business plan
2. Raising capital
3. Deciding on a corporate structure
4. Deciding on an accounting structure
5. Developing a corporate graphical representation
6. Launching a corporate website
7. Planning your advertising and marketing methods
8. Making a decision about hiring staff
9. Having an exit strategy
If you’ve been longing to start your own business, 2016 could be just the right time to make your move.
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