Starting up a business can be tough, but having the right resources can help you sail through to success. Start with these great tools and videos!
If you need to get a loan for your start up business, this guide will give you the guidelines on what banks look for to let you money.
Where to get FREE Business Coaching –Click here to download a guide on “How to contact SCORE”
If you are looking to start a business and need to know where to start, this guide will help you do just that. These local advisers are experts and can help you turn your dream into a reality.
How to start a business from scratch… from a business lenders perspective
How to get a Start up Business Loan
Useful Websites for your start up
create a WA Corporation – Instructions and forms to set up a Washington Inc.
create a WA LLC – Instructions and forms to set up a Washington LLC.
get a business EIN number – Get a business EIN/Tax ID number in minutes.
startupstash.com – A curated directory of resources and tools to help you build your startup. This is a good starting point.
Size up – Compares your financials to others in your industry…for FREE.
squarespace.com/logo – Use this for basic logos done instantly.
portent.com/tools/title-maker – This helps you figure out content ideas. Help get creativity flowing.
stocksnap.io – Free Stock Photos for your website or other uses.
mailchimp.com – Newsletters and sign up widgets
zoho.com – FREE CRM tool in order to keep track of your clients and follow up
namecheap.com – Lowest cost way to register your website domain
fiverr.com – Pay $5 (or a bit more) for tasks ranging from logo design to copy writing
docracy.com – Open source legal documents (Note from Paul: BE CAREFUL! Consult a Lawyer if needed)
Liberio.io – Simple eBook creation and publishing right from Google Drive.
skillshare.com – Unlock your creativity with free online classes & projects
www.score.org/browse-library – Take free classes on things to help start your business
SBA Learning Center – Small Business Training
66 Networking Ideas – 66 New Ideas for Upping Your Networking Game