One of the best ways to find out about the types of franchises available to you is to attend one of the franchise and business opportunity shows that appear regularly in most U.S.
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There’s never been a better time to be an entrepreneur because it’s never been cheaper to be one.
In addition to the shift to niche markets and start-ups I wrote about yesterday, Entrepreneur.com says that there is a definitive shift away from just high-tech toward more low-tech and even no-tech investments by many VC firms.
People with home computers are more likely to start companies in finance, insurance, real estate (F.I.R.E.), and other professional services, and less likely to initiate agriculture, mining, and construction businesses, reported a study released last Thursday by the Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy.
PR Newswire: “A recent study of American workers points to a developing trend in which traditional employment — defined as being directly employed by a company or firm — appears to be increasingly sharing the workplace spotlight with the flexibility, personal convenience and personal satisfaction offered by “free agent” and entrepreneurial lifestyles.”
The Kelo Decision is one of the most important cases affecting the rights of small business owners in years, but many of the major news and advocacy sites for entrepreneurs are still silent on the matter.
This morning Kerwin and I walked into a Prescott Starbucks and both ordered their strong-brew coffee of the day to then find it was free.
I see it time and again: too many people waste their lives trying to the create the perfect product or business.
Every week I see posts that say that being an entrepreneur is the greatest thing ever because you get to set your own hours, take vacation when you want, and make a lot more money.