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Last Update: Friday October 20, 2017

Don't let a question go unanswered!

AND, BE SURE TO ASK A LOT OF QUESTIONS!



starting...

  1. How do I get started in business?
  2. How do I finance my startup?
  3. What kind of business should I start?
  4. What products should I make or sell?

growing...

  1. How do I grow? How do I keep on growing?
  2. How do I build a really big business? How can I grow this business faster?
  3. How do I keep employees productive?
  4. How do I manage cash flow?

buying...

  1. How do I buy a business?
  2. How does a family-owned business incorporate family members as the company grows?
  3. When does buying your competitor make sense?
  4. Why buy an old business with old products?

selling...

  1. When do I sell?
  2. How do I find buyers for my business?
  3. Who can help me sell my business?
  4. Should I take the company public? Should I go to Wall Street?

What do you want to do?

AlbertBlack.jpg Start a Business

Albert Black says, "Be willing to start small."
He had no money but he was willing to put in the hours.
Key Question: What products could I make or sell?

hrb.jpg Grow a Business

Do you grasp the power of an e-business? Throughout all recorded history, it is the revolution of all revolutions, yet even bigger are coming!
Key Question: How do I keep on growing?

HowardKent_1.jpg

Buy a Business
Some family businesses have been passed down for more than 40 generations. It is always a hurdle.
Key Question: How do I buy a business?

Cindy McEntee, Mo's Chowder, Newport, Oregon

Sell a Business
Formally pass the business on with each successive generation. Get some help. Don't let the dream become a nightmare. Visit Mo's Chowder. They got some help!
Key Question: How do I prepare the next generation?