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Lesson Plan

 

    For First-Time Business Owners

    Lesson plans: 8

    One hour webinar for 2 days over a duration of 4 weeks.

  • 01

    Identify Your Business Opportunity

    Choosing what kind of business to start with can be a challenging task when confronted with many ideas and opportunities. It’s important to determine where your passions lie and to understand what it takes to start the business. You have to consider your skills and resources. The industry you are entering may be dying or a fast-growing and emerging business.

  • 02

    Test Your Concept or Product

    Concept testing is the process of evaluating likely customer response to a product idea prior to its introduction into the market. Seen through a jobs-to-be-done lens, the goal of concept testing is to validate that a product concept is better than the competing solutions at helping customers to get a job done.

  • 03

    Naming Your Business

    Naming your business is important. The right business name will help you distinguish you from a sea of bland competitors, hence giving your customers with a reason to remember and use your company.

  • 04

    Build a Business Plan

    For any start-ups, a business plan is an important tool and it also allows you to gain a better understanding of your industry structure, competitive landscape and the capital requirements of starting the small business. The plan lays out a vision of growth and the steps needed to get there.

  • 05

    Find Start-Up Money

    To start a business, you must invest in the business. The journey of finding start-up funds will be different for each individual. Some businesses require small amount or large amount of money to start. Finding the money you need may come from a source you would have never thought of.

  • 06

    Choosing a Business Structure

    Deciding on the structure of your business is not a decision to be taken lightly. Whether you have an LLC, a sole proprietorship or form a corporation; your choice will have a direct impact on your business liability and taxes.

  • 07

    Get Your Business Licenses and Permits

    Depending on your chosen business structure, may need to register your business with the state authorities. Setting up your small business may require an employer identification number (EIN) which is also used by state taxing authorities to identify businesses. Additional paperwork may entail sales tax licenses and zoning permits.

  • 08

    Get Business Insurance

    As a new small business owner, you have the responsibility to manage the risks associated with your business. Don't put your new startup at risk without getting the proper small business insurance to protect your company in the event of a disaster or litigation.

    For First-Time Business Owners

    Lesson plans: 8

    One hour webinar for 2 days over a duration of 4 weeks.

  • 01

    Identify Your Business Opportunity

    Choosing what kind of business to start with can be a challenging task when confronted with many ideas and opportunities. It’s important to determine where your passions lie and to understand what it takes to start the business. You have to consider your skills and resources. The industry you are entering may be dying or a fast-growing and emerging business.

  • 02

    Test Your Concept or Product

    Concept testing is the process of evaluating likely customer response to a product idea prior to its introduction into the market. Seen through a jobs-to-be-done lens, the goal of concept testing is to validate that a product concept is better than the competing solutions at helping customers to get a job done.

  • 03

    Name Your Business

    Naming your business is important. The right business name will help you distinguish you from a sea of bland competitors, hence giving your customers with a reason to remember and use your company.

  • 04

    Build a Business Plan

    For any start-ups, a business plan is an important tool and it also allows you to gain a better understanding of your industry structure, competitive landscape and the capital requirements of starting the small business. The plan lays out a vision of growth and the steps needed to get there.

  • 05

    Find Start-Up Money

    To start a business, you must invest in the business. The journey of finding start-up funds will be different for each individual. Some businesses require small amount or large amount of money to start. Finding the money you need may come from a source you would have never thought of.

  • 06

    Choose a Business Structure

    Deciding on the structure of your business is not a decision to be taken lightly. Whether you have an LLC, a sole proprietorship or form a corporation; your choice will have a direct impact on your business liability and taxes.

  • 07

    Get Your Business Licenses and Permits

    Depending on your chosen business structure, may need to register your business with the state authorities. Setting up your small business may require an employer identification number (EIN) which is also used by state taxing authorities to identify businesses. Additional paperwork may entail sales tax licenses and zoning permits.

  • 08

    Get Business Insurance

    As a new small business owner, you have the responsibility to manage the risks associated with your business. Don't put your new startup at risk without getting the proper small business insurance to protect your company in the event of a disaster or litigation.

 

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