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Introduction to Business Ownership

Vital information about the things you'll need to know when starting out in business.
4.3 (123 ratings)
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  • 1 hour on-demand video
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In this short series you’ll learn the basics about things such as how much money you'll need to start your business, where you can potentially get financing, what legal form you want your business to take, the necessary licenses and permits, what you should know about taxes, and how to get started marketing your business.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone planning to start a new business.
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What Will I Learn?
Learn what you are getting into when you open a business.
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  • Watch the videos and answer the questions.
Curriculum For This Course
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Course Booklet
1 Lecture 00:00
A workbook with notes and worksheets.
Course Booklet
32 pages
Preparing for Success
1 Lecture 07:23
Preparing for Success
1 Lecture 08:17
Legal Forms of Business
1 Lecture 06:42
Legal Forms of Business
Taxes, Licenses, & Permits
1 Lecture 14:12
2 Lectures 13:27

Attracting Customers
1 Lecture 02:54
Last Step
1 Lecture 00:00
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4.3 Average rating
123 Reviews
1,804 Students
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Our vision is to build a culture of entrepreneurship by providing innovative education, expertise, and encouragement to business owners, entrepreneurs, and community partners. 
We help people start and run businesses, and we do this in a lot of ways. We like to sit down with clients, or prospective business owners, and engage in one-on-one consulting sessions. Training, business plan writing, market research, and help with securing a loan are among the key services we provide. Aside from providing legal counsel and tax assistance, there’s hardly anything we can’t do to help your business.
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