Rick Harrison has made a lot of news lately. As a cast member of Pawn Stars, one of the hottest reality shows on cable TV with more than 3 million viewers, Rick knows a thing or two about small business because although his success might equal that of a business much larger than the small […]
So you have big plans for a new product or service and you’re taking the steps to form an LLC, S Corporation or some other designation that means one exciting truth: It’s happening. You’re in business. Before you finalize your business plan, how sure are you that your business is ready for the big time?
If you’re in the midst of launching a business startup, you have certainly (hopefully) spent a lot of time reading about how the best entrepreneurs became the best. If you have, you have probably heard of Mark Cuban, the current outspoken owner of the Dallas Mavericks professional Basketball team.
Entrepreneurs know that in order to create a corporation, mistakes must be minimized. The Wall Street Journal lists the most common errors made by new business owners and how to avoid the same traps.
Getting outside investment is an important step for many companies as they try to grow. But as Business Insider’s Roger Ehrenberg notes, not every investor – regardless of the size of their wallet – is a good fit for every company.