how to open your own business | businesses to own

I am from an Arab country, I have an estimated in housekeeping and in agriculture and ability to do many jobs, my project is based on providing these services to a family who hosts me for one year and secure the way to get their nationality in. Then the project opens my own project based […]

running a small business | how to establish a business

Do you have investments or savings? If so, consider using a portion to fund your business. You should never invest all your savings into a business due to the risk of failure. In addition, you should never invest money put aside for emergency savings (experts recommend having three to six months of income put aside […]

starting your own small business | what to do to start your own business

Build your product or develop your service. Once you have the business all planned, financed, and have your basic level of staffing, get going. Whether that’s sitting down with the engineers and getting the software coded and tested, or getting materials sourced and shipped to your fabrication room (aka “garage”), or purchasing in bulk and […]

starting your own business | what’s needed to start a business

Selling a business is a complex and emotionally taxing process involving many hours of data gathering, meetings, information exchange, financial questions, legal questions and intense negotiations.   Every day, small business owners make mistakes w… You require money to start your business, but how much do you really need? Without a clear idea you run the […]

opening your own business | help opening a small business

If you love baking and are able to keep your hand out of the proverbial cookie jar, making gourmet cookies is a great side hustle with plenty of long-term potential. Start by learning how to execute unique and tasty gourmet cookie recipes, then seal the deal by creating or purchasing professional-looking packaging. Sell your cookies […]

starting a small business | how to get your own business

Want to start a food business? A truck is a much less expensive investment than a brick-and-mortar restaurant, and according to Mobi Munch founder Josh Tang, the failure rate for food trucks is just 10 to 20 percent (as opposed to 60 to 90 percent for restaurants). With the right equipment and some great recipes, […]