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Looking for useful information on small business startups; tips on how to choose a small business and get started or keep your current startup running smoothly by avoiding common pitfall in the progress, read our blog posts.

 

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30 Startups under $1,000

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The idea of starting a business can often be put aside because of insufficient start up funds. Especially in these difficult financial times, a lot of people find it too risky to cope with a big initial investment. Luckily, there many business opportunities not requiring an initial financial investment of over $1,000.

15 Startup Mistakes To Avoid

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The road to starting a business is one which can present many hurdles even to an experienced entrepreneur. Experience is key, when you’re able to learn from it. Knowing about them is the first step towards avoiding them.

Low Cost Franchise Opportunities

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The word “franchise” often leads people to think about large chains like McDonalds or Dunkin Donuts, but there are also a lot of smaller, more accessible businesses in the franchise category. It’s a good idea to compare those with lower cost franchises when you are looking to buy one.