There are over 33 million small businesses in the United States. If you’ve ever dreamed of being a small business owner, why not join them?
You don’t have to start your own business to be a business owner. Buying a business that already exists is a valid (and sometimes easier) option. You’ll already have a clear framework to work with and a preexisting customer base.
But how...Read More
There are roughly 31.7 billion small businesses in the United States. While being an entrepreneur is great, running a business is not easy. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication. Most people go through ups and downs in entrepreneurship before they get it right.
Thankfully, there are solutions to these types of problems, like selling your business. With that said, if you want to learn how...Read More
There are more than 33 million small and medium-sized businesses scattered across the US. Many of those businesses are concentrated in urban areas, such as the metropolitan St. Louis area. The simple population density concentrates people with entrepreneurial leanings into a small area.
Despite all of the hard work and long hours, often 50 hours a week or more, there does come a time when most...Read More
When you’re in the process of buying a business, it’s important to stay logical. No matter how good the opportunity may seem at first glance, be sure to carefully evaluate the business in a step-by-step manner. Regardless of how excited you might be about the prospect of ownership; you’ll want to have your guard up when you go through the due diligence process. Let’s take a look at 5 of the...Read More
Nothing comes close to the exciting buzz of opening a new business. However, the average startup costs for a new restaurant business are between $275,000 and $425,000. Buying an existing restaurant could be the perfect option if you want to avoid the turmoil (and startup costs) of starting one from scratch.
Before you jump into your new venture, there are some essential things to consider....Read More