You’ve come up with a great idea and want to turn it into a great business. What’s next? Learn more about what it will take to get your business up and running.
The legal structure you choose should suit the type of services or products you will provide. Consider your options to find the best fit for your business.
Choosing A Location
Do your research to find a great location for your business. Consider factors like demographics, lease terms, and whether your business is allowed by zoning and building regulations before you sign on the dotted line.
Building & Permits
You’ve found a great building for your business, and now you want to make it your own. Find out if you need a building permit and if there are any accessibility upgrades necessary to become ADA compliant.
Making your business accessible to the disabled not only helps your customers, it’s federal and state law. The Federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) paired with the State’s ADA laws ensure equal access to those with disabilities or impairments.
Finance Your Business
Market Your Business
As a small business owner, you likely don’t have a big marketing and advertising budget, but you can implement a marketing strategy that connects with your customers and is right for your pocketbook.