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Start Your Business: An Introduction
Starting a business is a test of self-motivation, multitasking, efficient management and careful organization. Refer to these articles for practical tips and guidelines on business development, planning, resources, issues and challenges, and other topics in the startup domain.
Launching your own company means learning about planning, funding and letting the “leader” in you come forward.
Buying an existing company offers a proven infrastructure, but starting one from scratch can be an adventure.
Putting together a powerful business plan requires prep work, organizational skills and follow-through.
Pricing products and services competitively is challenging. Use these guidelines to help you.
You can better position your business for success by following these tips.
Check out some alternatives to leasing or buying costly office space.
Learn from these common startup mistakes and avoid them.