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Flexible hours, the opportunity to make large profits, and being your own boss can all make the idea of starting up a business very appealing—but getting that idea off the ground can be quite a challenge. This program explores what it takes to be a successful small business owner, covering topics such as product demand, niche markets, profitability, the importance choosing an appropriate name, and legalities. With solid market research, an understanding of business principles, and a lot of hard work, success may well come your way. Produced in Australia. A viewable/printable worksheet is available online.
Associations often have excellent research materials. Some you need to join to have access to the tools but others you do not need to. To find an association for your business search Google using the type of business (i.e. spa, restaurant, daycare, etc.), the word association and the words United states. EX: restaurant united states association.