For many home-based business, one challenge is to keep up with the myriad legal requirements. Here are tips on making sure that your business meets all the legal requirements of your area: 1. Know the rules affecting your business Before you start your home-based business, find out what government regulations specifically apply to your type […]
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Starting a business is a tough endeavor, and every day is full of challenges. Learn how you can sustain your business in the first 6 months.
Location can make or break your business. It all depends on what your business is and what you intend to do in that location. Learn some of the factors that you need to consider when choosing a location for your business.
These tough economic times have many Americans looking for work—and looking for more ways to make ends meet. Authors Ed Hess and Charles Goetz have some advice you might not expect to hear right now: Start your own business!
An important element to creating a long-lasting profitable business is finding good wholesalers willing to work with you. Learn how to find wholesale sources for your home business.
If you’re looking to ramp up your marketing campaign but you are short on time, consider hiring a publicity virtual assistant to help with all your PR needs.
Small business owners may be more likely to invest in the growth of their businesses if they see their surrounding neighborhoods thriving as well.
The main benefit of starting a business is the chance to be where you want to be instead of where a job would require you to live. Choose the right location.
One way to find products to sell is through the liquidation of wholesaler’s and retailer’s stock. Learn the benefits of liquidation merchandise and closeouts.
Learn some principles and practices in bootstrapping your business in this excerpt from the book “The Startup Garden” by Tom Ehrenfeld.