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what kind of business should I choose?

    • 5 posts
    December 30, 2013 5:33 AM EST

    Obviously you should select a business to match your skills and background. it will be a excellent idea to look for advise from local business owners or business association to learn about the growth potential of various businesses in the area.


    Business Jungle

    • 19 posts
    January 9, 2014 7:01 AM EST

    Yes you are absoulutely true.

    But these days, if we talk about universit students., they are eager to open up a software firm. The reason is simple, IT industries today are reaching at the top level and growng at a rapid spead. Also looking at the era , many venture capital firms have been established to help such students through university startups.

    • 148 posts
    March 21, 2014 10:56 AM EDT

    Hey guys,


    we are Fabian and Ivan from Hamburg, Germany and try to realize our lifetime dream through Kickstarter (Crowd funding).

    In fact we dislike self-promotion in terms of spam but in our current position there is no other possibility and otherwise we can bury our lifetime dream.

    Our plan is to found a new fashion brand. Fashion means to us shoes, fragrances for him and her and headphones. Our marketing-concept is based on promotion through celebrities. In the past it was possible to us to get a good connection to popular people. There onto we want to open a store in Los Angeles, Hollywood to emphasize the elegance and exclusivity.

    For our big plan we need 3.5Mio € to be competitive on the international market. In this cause we published our intentions on Kickstarter to get our project financed through crowd funding.

    It would be awesome if you support us. Every euro brings us further and of course we have little considerations for you helping us.

    We got after 12 hours almost 12.000€.

    We thank you with all our heart and you can have a look at the following link:


    Best regards,

    Fabian and Ivan

  • April 4, 2014 7:37 AM EDT

    Indeed, it is hard to engage into a deal without having the right knowledge of the true nature of process or method to deal it with. Of course, if you did come in a particular deal without having the proper introduction on what's inside it or what are the things to expect, you'll be like a blind running man. A bump on the road would be likely possible. So I agree wit the others' suggestion to match the busines to your own skills and backgournd.

    • 2 posts
    April 7, 2014 3:36 PM EDT

    A business that you envision yourself owning. If you have a great business idea you are really drawn into and that you believe will make a big impact. This business could be inline with your skills or with what you love doing. It would be difficult to start a business if you have no passion to it or knowledge about it. 

    • 4 posts
    May 11, 2014 10:22 PM EDT
    I would start by asking yourself what is the mission you would like to fulfill in a company, and tie it back to your own personal mission. A company and business becomes more than simply work when you make it greater than yourself. A powerful mission statement that acts as the global filter to your decision making will keep you focused on why you are truly in business in the first place, to serve a greater purpose!