I’ve been involved recently with an area Foundation committed to creating assets and wealth among low-income people in an eight-state region. One of the Foundation’s programs has been created to “help low-to-moderate-income business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs create strong businesses.”
The program’s sessions cover “all the essential lessons of starting a business, from figuring start-up costs and profit goals, to marketing and developing a business plan to acquire a loan.” There is, indeed, a lot to cover in the nuts and bolts of starting a traditional business. Many a work at home mom has done it, and quite successfully. I enjoy reading those feature stories about a mom who took a simple idea and catapulted it into a thriving business venture working from home.
I also greatly appreciate the work at home option that does NOT require that kind of investment. One that comes with built-in infrastructure, manufacturing, and professional expertise, with minimal start-up costs and overhead. That was the home-based business option that was the best fit for this mom who wanted to work at home. Sound appealing? It’s available to you too….click here to learn more.