Tag Archives: Entrepreneurial Paths

BLOG: Legal and Financial Issues in Sustaining Your Business

A deployment plan -- along with careful preparation, employee involvement and training, arranging from good financial management, and trust in the persons running your business -- are the tools you will need to successfully to sustain your business during long-term absences.  In this post we will discuss some of the legal and financial considerations for sustaining your business; however, you should also work with your legal and financial advisors to ensure that your plan complies with all laws and regulations. (more…)

BLOG: Choosing your Entrepreneurial Path: Franchising

An important step in the small business startup process is deciding whether or not to go into business at all. Each year, thousands of potential entrepreneurs are faced with this difficult decision; because of the risk and work involved in starting a new business, many new entrepreneurs choose franchising as an alternative to starting a new, independent business from scratch. (more…)

BLOG: Choosing your Entrepreneurial Path: Government Contracting

In a previous blog post, we talkedabout some of the different entrepreneurial paths one could choose.  Today, we are going to give you a brief overview of Government Contracting and whether this path might suit you.  As we explore the different paths we will start with some of the reasons why a particular path might suit you in regards to your military experience and the advantages that come with being a veteran. (more…)

BLOG: Choosing your Entrepreneurial Path: Buying a Business

Many find the idea of running a small business appealing, but they lose their motivation after realizing, as they develop their business plans, talk with investors, and research the legal issues associated with start-ups, that it can be a big risk. For those disheartened by such risky undertakings, buying an existing business is often a simpler and safer alternative. (more…)

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