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Learn the people you need to build your business so that you have the best opportunity for success. http://entrepreneurshiplab.net

Learn the people you need to build your business so that you have the best opportunity for success. http://entrepreneurshiplab.net

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  • 1. Your First Critical PartnersThe Key People You Need For Success EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 2. 1. Significant Other EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 3. First, most valuable,most influential partner in biz EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 4. S.O. can make orbreak your startup EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 5. Startup is a babyyou’re raising together EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 6. Biz should be ashared compelling visionyou have for your lives EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 7. Before you start,get away together EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 8. 2. Accountant EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 9. Help with managing cashflowand paying taxes EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 10. Cash is oxygen for biz EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 11. Too many fall or fail here EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 12. A financial partner helpsmanage this essential aspect EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 13. Questions to Ask- What will I need to do or plan for this year? (Taxes, etc)- What financial software do you use or recommend?- Where do you bank and why?- What services do you typically provide businesses?- Do you understand my business?- Do you have clients doing similar things to what I’m doing?- What advice & tips do you have for me to ensure maximum success? EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 14. 3. Attorney EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 15. First, to setup your legalbusiness entity EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 16. Second, to have someone tocall when an issue comes up EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 17. 4. Team EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 18. Whoever you needto build & ship EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 19. The Team Could Be ...- Volunteer Team Members- Paid Team Members- Financial Partners- Equity Partners- Vendors / Suppliers- Collaborators / Joint Venture Partners- Consultants / Contractors EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 20. 5. Mentors EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 21. Outside counselExperienced truth tellerNot compensatedNot a team member or partner EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 22. 6. Customers EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 23. Everything in a startupis an experiment to test EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 24. The ultimate test isif someone will giveyou $$$ for it EntrepreneurshipLab.net
  • 25. Never ever forget:Customers are key partnersin your entrepreneurial dream EntrepreneurshipLab.net