Admittedly, opening a new business when you’ve barely got enough money to keep your apartment lit doesn’t sound like a great idea. But what if you’re a family of one with little to risk? What if you’ve prepared yourself by evaluating the market, writing a business plan and developing a marketing strategy? Most importantly, what if you believe beyond a doubt that your business will succeed? Why not give it a shot?
And who ever said that all startups require a six-figure investment, especially these days? Certainly not the entrepreneurs here.
In this unpredictable and limitless age of digital commerce, the allure of online entrepreneurism in particular has never been stronger. Startups are launched quickly, frequently, and often on meager budgets.
Let’s hear from you business owners. What did your budget look like when you first opened? What advice would you give to someone with immeasurable passion but limited resources?
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