Starting a business involves some risks, so it’s important to do all you can to help improve your chances of success from the beginning. A business plan helps you start off on the right track by providing a guide as to where you see your business in the next few years.
According to the Department of Veterans Affairs, veterans are 45% more likely than their civilian counterparts to become successful entrepreneurs.
Starting a business while working full time is a great way to test the waters of entrepreneurship and gradually grow your startup into a full-time business.
In this month’s client success story, Kari Neigebauer-Koch, founder and owner of Circle Studio, explains how Pilates and gyrotonics strengthen the core of the body and how SCORE strengthens the core of her business.
Here are some other reasons you might want consider franchising instead of starting a brand new business of your own.
Here is a list of the professionals you’ll likely need to get your new business off the ground.
When starting a new business, you’ll aim your focus on business plans, choosing your business’ structure, and funding—all of which are vital concerns—but before you make your first sale, be sure you’ve obtained the proper licenses and permits.