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Here’s Why An Exit Plan is as Important as a Business...

An exit plan is a road map that addresses the personal, business, financial, value creation, and tax issues involved in transitioning a business.

A Guide to Growing Your Startup

A lot of entrepreneurs face irrecoverable losses by doing something wrong during the early growth phase. Here's how to grow your startup thoughtfully.

10 Steps to Go From an Idea to Launching a Business

Launching a business is an exciting time in your life. Before you start, there are a number of personal, financial and legal issues to consider.

Amazon FBA vs. FBM – Which One Should a New Business...

Thinking about selling your products on Amazon so that you can tap into its massive market and boost your bottom line? Here's how to do it.

Criteria to Choose a Professional Business Plan Writing Service

Starting a business isn't easy. Here's how to choose a reliable business plan writing service to help you articulate your value in the best light.

Shared Hosting: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

Shared hosting means there are multiple (think hundreds or thousands) web accounts on the same web server, thus sharing the cost.

I Recently Invested $24 Million in This Amazing Venture

I recently invested $24 million - in chocolate bars that is. My daughter's Girl Scout troop was looking for parents to speak about their careers and...

Checklist: 10 Characteristics of Successful Entrepreneurs

There are many characteristics of successful entrepreneurs. If you're thinking about starting a small business, answer this true/false questionnaire to see if you have...

How to Conduct a Business Plan Meeting or Strategy Meeting

Doing a business plan meeting will help you stay on track throughout the next 12 months. Follow this strategy meeting agenda to review your business plan goals, make tweaks to your business plan direction and update timelines and accountability so that you are farther along one year from now. Includes video.

Business Location Analysis Example – Site Selection in Business Plan

Your business location analysis should take into account demographics, psychographics, census and other data. Use this location analysis example to gather and understand the data you need to make your site selection a success. Includes location analysis definition.

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