Starting A Business
Starting a business can be rewarding, both personally and financially, but it can also be risky. After reviewing these documents, you are invited and encouraged to contact your local Small Business Development Center (SBDC) SBDCs are staffed with highly trained and experienced business advisors who offer one-on-one, confidential, and no-cost counseling to help with your business needs. When looking at the business costs one area that is often forgotten about is communications.
Alternatively, you may want to talk with a person experienced in this field, whether it be another successful business owner, or the business loan lender at your local bank. It is not my attempt to sober the mood of anyone wanting to give a new business idea an attempt at life. For example: if you are interested in collecting old antiques, then you may want to consider starting an antiques business. In addition, Professor Stice has been involved in executive education for Ernst & Young, Bank of America Corporation, International Business Machines Corporation, RSM McGladrey, and AngloGold Limited and has taught at INSEAD (in both France and Singapore) and CEIBS (in China).
At the point of the capstone course your thousands of fellow learners become consultants capable of refining and adding value to your business concept, they may also be potential customers or at the very least allow you to observe the likely reactions from potential customers. If you’re looking for someone to review your business and see how you might simplify, I’d be happy to help.
Please click on each of the resources below to determine if your business requires any licenses or permits. He was featured in Entrepreneur Magazine as a young entrepreneur, launching his first successful business at the age of 15. Up until joining as an online marketing manager in 2012, he honed his skills working as a consultant alongside brands large and small, including LegalZoom, Clear Channel, eSolar, Dickies, and Urban Outfitters. BizOpen serves as a point of contact for small business owners seeking assistance navigating the City’s development process. The SBDC program is also funded in part by the Ohio Development Services Agency.
Then once you launch your business, you will need money to live on until your business become successful (your business may not be profitable for awhile). Every business needs to have a phone system, business long distance as well as network connections for computer access. Normally, the Los Angeles Business License division is backed up two months so it may take that long to get your license.