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Business Launch Countdown

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180 Days Before Launch

Any successful business requires a solid plan and enough capital to get started >

Aug 1, 2013
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165 Days Before Launch

The basics of structuring your business, from sole proprietorship to shareholder agreements >

Aug 1, 2013
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120 Days Before Launch

Securing the right space for your business >

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90 Days Before Launch

Hiring the right staff can make all the difference >

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75 Days Before Launch

Building your brand, marketing your business and the power of advertising >

Aug 1, 2013
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Launch Day

Serving your customers >

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90 Days After Launch

Reviewing your progress >

Aug 1, 2013
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365 Days After Launch

Launching new products >

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730 Days After Launch

Exploring new markets >

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The Videos

Businesses

Food

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Construction & Trade

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Technology

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Retail

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Topics

Business Plans
Legal
Financing
Staffing
Branding
Customer Service
Supply Chain Management
Competition
New Products
Business Expansion

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