Entrepreneurs & Start-Ups

Entrepreneurs & Startups category: Here you will find a variety of blog posts about business topics related to your new company and challenges new business owners face.

Break Even Analysis By Gregg Schoenberg Monday, February 11, 2013 The premise of the break-even analysis is quite simple; it tells us what level of sales we need to reach in order to avoid losses, and thus helps stop us from entering markets where we have no chance of making a profit... Read More
101: Capital Budgeting By Gregg Schoenberg Monday, February 4, 2013 Learn more about Capital budgeting, the preferred means of making long-term investment decisions... Read More
3 Tools to Help Entrepreneurs Generate Fresh Ideas By Jamillah Warner Tuesday, January 22, 2013 Learn about tools that will help you generate ideas for your business... Read More
Opening a Bank Account for Your New Company By Cortney Sharp Monday, October 8, 2012 In attempting to open a new company bank account, many new business owners will contact our office during their visit the bank’s branch office... Read More
Immigrant Entrepreneurs on the Rise By Devin Scott Monday, September 17, 2012 Immigrants are two times as likely to create a new business than someone born in the Unites States... Read More
Do Start-Ups Need an HR Department? By Matt Cholerton Wednesday, June 27, 2012 Start-ups in general need to operate lean, sometimes an HR person or department are not needed in the beginning stages... Read More
Airtime: Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning's Next Venture By Carleigh Lowe Monday, June 18, 2012 Here is a look at Napster's founders, Shawn Fanning and Sean Parker's next venture... Read More
Crowd Funding and the JOBS Act: Cautious Optimism By Brett Melson Wednesday, June 13, 2012 The crowd funding provisions of the JOBS Act are both novel and controversial. | Order a Certificate of Good Standing or EIN online today... Read More
101: Venture Capital By Gregg Schoenberg Wednesday, May 9, 2012 Venture capitalists invest money into young businesses in exchange for an ownership stake and usually invest on behalf of a pool of investors... Read More
Name Reservation: Worth the $75 or Not Needed? By Devin Scott Monday, April 23, 2012 Reserving a company name with the Delaware Division of Corporations is often an unnecessary, expensive step | Free Delaware Entity Search.. Read More