SCORE would like to highlight some of our talented younger entrepreneur clients, from millennials to pre-teens, during this special month.
It’s one of our favorite times of the year here at SCORE, when we honor small business success stories at the SCORE Awards. This year’s honorees and their mentors have diverse business interests and experience, and together, they exemplify the spirit of small business in the United States.
There are ways to validate your business idea before jumping in head first. That way, you can mitigate risks and build confidence in your idea before investing too much of your time and money.
Whether you eventually want to become your own boss or you just want to generate some extra income to pad your savings each month, choosing to start a business on the side is the best way to test your way into finding the right opportunities for making money by putting your skills to good use.
The fastest, most efficient, least risky way to succeed in business is to just get going.
If you're going to turn your hobby into a legitimate business, you need to accomplish a number of tasks to get yourself up and running. Just like any other business, there are special filings to submit, accounts to be opened and laws that need to be checked.
Here are some tips if your child wants to start a business.
Do you know what is a fad, and how to profit from one?
There are plenty of businesses you can launch for well under $10,000 (or even less than $1,000).