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There are six primary legal forms of doing business. This article will help you understand the basics and better communicate your needs with your attorney and accountant.
This tool will help you identify areas in your start up business plan that need additional atttention before it is complete.
This tool will help establish success measurements and goals to be used in your Operations Plan.
This tool will help you understand what systems you will need to invest in and replenish on a regular basis.
This tool allows entrepreneurs to assess their progress developing their companies' technology and to create a plan to ensure its viability and protection.
This article provides detailed explanations of terms proposed in investor term sheets and the effects of these terms on the entrepreneur.
This example of a terms and acceptance document covers a quotation/proposal for a vendor to a contracting firm. Terms include scope of work, time estimated to do the work, and a clause prohibiting the hiring of the vendor's staff.
While every state continues to experience the impacts of the economic downturn and resulting recession, it will be many years before we understand the full nature and causes of the financial crisis. But it appears that one of the contributing factors to both the crisis and the anemic nature of the recovery has been the weakened position of the U.S. economy in global markets. This relatively untold story of the recession and recovery is, in fact, perhaps one of the major developments in the U.S. economy, one that will have significant impacts on state economies for decades into the future—particularly if the nation continues to ignore the issue.
The report, “The Grass is Indeed Greener in India and China for Returnee Entrepreneurs,” is based on a survey of U.S.-educated Indian and Chinese professionals who had returned to their home countries and started businesses. These respondents cited economic opportunities, favorable conditions for starting a business and the speed of professional growth as the leading motivations for returning home. Family ties also played a significant role in attracting the entrepreneurs back to their native countries.
This tool and sample provides a systematic way to expand a marketing strategy into specific tactics and activities for implementation.
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