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NH SBDC Nashua Regional Offfice
(603) 589-2114
102 Perimeter Road
Nashua, NH
 
NH SBDC Manchester Regional Office
(603) 624-2000
33 S. Commercial St.
Manchester, NH
 
Open Door Coaching
(603) 880-1968
33 Main St Ste 500
Nashua, NH
 
Small Business Development Center
(603) 624-2000
33 S Commercial St Ste 10
Manchester, NH
 
New Hampshire SBDC
(603) 862-2200
110 McConnell Hall
Durham, NH
 
NH SBDC Environmental Management Program
(603) 624-2264
33 South Commercial St.
Manchester, NH
 
Axcelus
(978) 749-9546
Andover, MA
 
Kenneth C. Halkin Management Consulting
(978) 834-0003
17 Mechanics Row
Amesbury, MA
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NH SBDC Concord Program Office
(603) 227-0417
172 Pembroke Road
Concord, NH
 
NH SBDC Seacoast Regional Office
(603) 330-1929
18 South Main Street, 2A
Rochester, NH
 

3 Ways To Jumpstart Your Home-based Business

By Greg Montenegro

A lot of people do not realize that entrepreneurs play a big role in our society.

When you put the total number of entrepreneurs together, they count as the biggest financial contributors to our nation's wealth. If only politicians would give grants to finance small business start-ups, the economy's growth could be hastened.

Knowing the obvious financial rewards and the important role to society of business owners, many individuals aspire to be entrepreneurs. The fact remains, however, that several business start-ups fail and never take-off from the ground because of one thing : the lack of adequate and sufficient knowledge on how to start a profitable business. In this article, I will attempt to give practical strategies on how to run a successful business start-up.

First: find opportunities in your own backyard. Look at the demand side by observing your neighborhood. It is good to assess the close-to-home demand for starters. Aside from familiarity with the area, familiarity with the customer will be an enormous advantage.

Your neighborhood is not strictly your home address. It can be any area that you may be familiar with. It can be the university vicinity. After all, a student spends more time in school vis-a-vis his home. Familiarity with the demand in the area will reveal these business opportunities.

Therefore, an aspiring entrepreneur would simply continue this statement:

" How I wish something like this was available in school while I was a student! And this is…"

Similarly, one could say about home:

" How I wish that something like this were available near the place where I stay! And this is…."

To cite an example: you are into baking cakes. Why not check if there is an opportunity to supply your local diners with your baked products? Find out if the neighborhood needs another supplier of baked goods. If there is no such demand in your familiar area, look for another area where your supply has its demand. Statements like these indicate a desire for something that is not yet available in the area. This approach is based on one's familiarity with the demand.

Secondly, choose an opportunity that brings out the best in you. Do not choose an opportunity purely because of its income potential. Income is a natural consequence of the entrepreneur's passion as expressed in the enterprise set-up.

Nevertheless, before choosing the opportunity, spend sometime defining your personal vision, mission, and values. This is a key foundation of great entrepreneurs. They know what they want for themselves, (personal vision). They know what they live for (personal mission). They know what they live by (personal values). These three items constitute the foundation of passion.

Equally important is doing a personal assessment. What are you good at? What are you not good at? In other words, you must know thyself. Great entrepreneurs know themselves very well.

Only when these are satisfactorily answered c...

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