by taking a 4 week, 3 hours per week course for as little as $18. That’s what’s offered by the Nevada Microenterprise Initiative. It’s designed for new business owners who are thinking about going into business. It can cover topics like entrepreneurship, time management, conducting a market study, costs for starting a business and creating your 30-second commercial. Look for similar courses in your state by contacting your lead Small Business Development Centers office in your state.
anyone interested in starting his own business or expanding an existing one may do well to look into venture capital. Venture capitalists are willing to invest in a new or growing business venture for a percentage of the equity. The Venture Capital Fund of New England is one source for those with high tech related business ideas