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Starting a Business
There is no special time to start a new business. Data from several states in the USA and EU member states have shown that new businesses have been launched during economic recessions, economic recoveries, and economic booms. During the world-wide economic recession that started in 2007, over 30,000 new businesses were launched annually in New York State. The result is similar and slightly lower in other US and EU member states. SME’s in the EU represents 98 percent or 23 million firm, and employed 85 percent or 87 million employees.
Why do some people venture out on their own?
How did some of them finance the venture?
Searching for a partner/investor
Some people would not like to go into business alone. They can retain us to help them find a partner or investor with a complimentary skill set, background, goal, ethics, and professional and entrepreneurial synergy. We are taking applications from potential partners(s)/investor(s) who are ready to start a new venture and make a serious financial commitment to owning a business.
Hear it from entrepreneurs who have made it big
"I resigned from my job because I was tired with the corporate politics. Starting my company and having my clothing line prominently displayed in stores in New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Paris, and Milan is a dream come true. I am happy and I feel financially secure."
"Why is everybody so critical and negative when someone quits a full-time job to start a business? When I started my business, my friends thought I was insane and they stayed away from me because the business was struggling. My best friends were the biggest hypocrites. I am very successful and everybody wants to jump on my bandwagon."
"I was tired of living in the shadow of my bosses. I was doing the work and they were getting the credit and the big bonuses. I started my business and began competing against the company. I am finally getting the recognition and compensation that I deserve. Sometimes you have to do what it takes to get what you want."
"I sold my company for $5 million and stayed on as the CEO. I invested $3 million at a very conservative interest rate and my annual return is $165,000. My advice to everybody who wants to start a business is to take the risk and do what comes naturally to them and they will become very successful."
"My business has provided me with a lifestyle and recognition that some people could only dream about."