There’s an old saying in business: you’ve got to burn before you earn. In other words, it takes money to make money. But how much does the average entrepreneur need to transform their exciting ideas into fledgling companies?
Well, as BusinessFinancing points out, the answer depends on where they want to do business. Using data from The World Bank’s Doing Business 2020 report, its team of researchers created a map outlining the start-up business costs in every country. And you might be surprised by some of the findings.
Home of the small business
Land of the free, home of the small business. That’s how many historians view the history of the United States. Being your own boss and providing a fair service for a fair price has always been a big part of the American dream for many people.
And to help keep it alive, the US government makes it…
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