There are ways to validate your business idea before jumping in head first. That way, you can mitigate risks and build confidence in your idea before investing too much of your time and money.
Now is a great time to be a restaurateur. U.S. restaurants posted some $782 billion in sales in 2016, accounting for 4 percent of the GDP, according to Gallup.
Small businesses must adhere to the same laws as multinational corporations, and no company is immune to legal issues.
You put a lot of time, energy and effort into your business, so doesn’t it make sense to protect what you worked so hard to build? You need a Non-Disclosure Agreement.
Have you ever wished your company’s product could reach exponentially more potential customers than those you’re already targeting? Licensing can take your small business and catapult it to a huge audience, but only if you do it wisely.