Small businesses must adhere to the same laws as multinational corporations, and no company is immune to legal issues.
Usually, raising money your startup needs means pleading your case to a room full of potential investors. Tweaking your approach — “selling an idea” rather than “asking for money” — completely changes the interaction for both sides.
Gidgette and Ken Moshier decided to draw on their love for traveling and tea, as well as their small business backgrounds, to open the English Garden Tea Room.
Seven in 10 small businesses in a recent survey by GetResponse say their digital/web-based marketing budgets will increase; of those, 30 percent expect their budgets to “increase considerably.”
Understanding the truth about small business loans and other forms of debt financing will reveal opportunities for growth, and it will help you manage your business with confidence.
With launching a new company comes the need to make many decisions. Among them: choosing a business structure. The type you select for your startup affects far more than whether or not your company’s name includes something like “LLC” or “Inc.” at the end of it.