Starting a Business: Getting Started (Part II)

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Part II in our "start your own business" series.

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Starting a Business: Getting Started (Part II)

  1. 1. Starting a BusinessSection 2-1 Starting a Business After the Background Entrepreneurial Resources Muncie Public Library
  2. 2. Starting a Business Section 2Getting Started after the Background Work
  3. 3. Starting a Business Section 2-1 Starting a Business• A good source for small business start ups and resources services is found at www.businessnation.com. This sources also includes a small business library, business forms, small businesses for sale, and many more helpful resources.• Another helpful source for starting a business is the U. S. government Small Business Administration site at www.sba.gov. This site contains information about managing your business; finding loans; government contracts; online training and counseling; and, local offices for help in starting your business.
  4. 4. Starting a Business Section 2-2 Buying a Business• A good source to help in making an informed decision about buying a business is the site business insider at www.businessinsider.com. In addition to networking, it covers many topics for making an informed choice of type of business and a helpful set of start up documents.• Another site to consider is www.about.com. Enter the search, buying a business, and many helpful sources are listed.• www.tolietpaperentrepreneur.com is another good site offering information and insights into buying a business.
  5. 5. Starting a Business Section 2-3 Financing• Financing a business is necessary to get started. A good source to aid in the direction to go is small business trends at www.smallbiztrends.com. You will do well to click on the finance section to see the trends in business and who is lending to start ups.• Another excellent source is www.sba.com which is not the U. S. Small Business Administration. The sba is an independent source offering financial assistance to start up. It also list individual states and financing available in your state.
  6. 6. Starting a Business Section 2-3 Financing• Financing a business is necessary to get started. A good source to aid in the direction to go is small business trends at www.smallbiztrends.com. You will do well to click on the finance section to see the trends in business and who is lending to start ups.• Another excellent source is www.sba.com which is not the U. S. Small Business Administration. The sba is an independent source offering financial assistance to start up. It also list individual states and financing available in your state.

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