Starting a Business

4 Steps to Starting an Online Business

We’ve laid out a few of the various types of online businesses that you might be interested in starting, including existing platforms like Etsy and eBay.

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How I Started a Gluten-Free Cookie Company: With Josh Fegles of Jude’s Foods

Josh and Bethany Fegles started a gluten-free cookie company after their child developed an allergy. This is the story of their successful enterprise.

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8 Tips for Entrepreneurs Who Are Balancing Their Business with Their Day Job

So, you’re ready to start your business, but not quite ready to give up your day job. Maybe you’re planning to use your income from your day job to help fund your new business, or are simply relying on that income to sustain your living expenses until your business can generate a profit.

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Selling Your Goods In-Store Versus Online: Legally, What’s the Difference? [Part 1]

Not only are there legal considerations involved in setting up your storefront; when you set up the online arm of your business, there are additional considerations that you need to keep in mind as well.

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Starting a Business with a Young Family and a Day Job

Find out how one entrepreneur balances starting a business, a full-time day job, and a family. Read his advice for staying focused and finding growth.

By Angelique O'Rourke | Share This

34 Educational Resources for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

When you’re ready to launch a startup, the name of the game is research. Here is our list of 34 great educational resources for startups to get you started.

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Practical Market Research Resources for Entrepreneurs

Are you starting a business? One of the first things you'll need to do is market research. Here are a few top resources to get you going.

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How and Where to Obtain Business Licenses and Permits

Everyone has to deal with the nitty-gritty details of starting a business; no matter your industry, getting started safely and legally involves at least a little red tape.

By Angelique O'Rourke | Share This

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