Because I had trouble getting a loan, I decided to start my business by charging everything on my credit card. It seems like a lot of women have gone this route. Any tips?
Decades ago, women couldn't even get credit cards, and now we're
I am a 22-year-old college student. After giving the idea careful consideration, I have decided to leave school and start my own graphic design business. I only need around $2,200 to get started, but I don't know many people in a position
I have an idea for a product that mothers with young children could use. What steps should I take to make my idea into a business?
You've taken the most important step: identifying your product and customers.
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I am interested in starting a holistic healing and help center with massage, water therapy, yoga and tai chi. I have done some Internet research on grants and loans available to women, but I keep finding sites that charge for this
I am an American living in China. I would like to start a business selling hand-knit sweaters made here, and my main market will be the U.S. (I'll sell online). My question is, do I need to have a quota to open my business?
Yes, you do
I have invented a new mobile device. I've documented my invention on paper, dated it, put it in a sealed envelope and sent it by certified mail to myself. What's the next step to take to protect my invention and then begin to market
I want to start a Web-based consulting company with a partner. I've heard many conflicting things about corporations, limited liability companies and partnerships. I don't know whether I should incorporate or not. What are the advantages
When creating my business plan, how should I present and lay out the competitor-analysis section? And for my customer and market analyses, I need statistics on the estimated number of people studying in MBA programs in the U.S.
I am three months pregnant (not showing) and out of a job. Is telling a prospective employer I'm pregnant a guarantee I won't get a job? Is not telling deceitful?
First of all, congratulations. But you're stuck between a rock and a hard
Job interviewers always ask how much money I am earning. Do I have to tell the truth?
Let's get one thing straight: Salary negotiations are a game and the stakes are high.
So, how do you win this game? Tell the truth. But remember
What questions are appropriate to ask other franchisees? I'm applying to buy a franchise. As part of the application process, I have to visit several current franchisees. It is appropriate to ask them about net margins, gross sales, and
I have a small business startup. Friends often ask me to do work for them, but I have a hard time charging them. Some say they will pay me, but I turn them down. I need to maintain a profit margin, but I keep getting caught in the same
How can I get a company to consider my ideas and products for licensing? Do you have any suggestions for convincing an existing company to consider my business's ideas and products for licensing? Many companies say they can't consider my