Many people decide to start their own business, as a way to follow their passion, be flexible in the ways they work and control their hours. It is important, however, to note that having your own business will not be a simple journey that requires little work from you.
You must be prepared to put in a lot of time, especially upfront when starting up the business. This can make the difference between a successful business that is able to expand, and a company that will result in a significant financial loss for you. In this article, we will discuss four essential steps in starting a new business, so that you are adequately prepared and more likely to achieve success.
Also, check out our Entrepreneurship Summit, which is taking place this October, and our several free Grow with Google Workshops.
Level Two in partnership with the Town of Plainfield has created a scholarship program for small businesses and entrepreneurs in all of Hendricks County and surrounding areas. This Scholarship grant will provide $500 towards the $750 annual membership fee per person for any business who meets the following criteria:
- Your business was negatively impacted by COVID-19 and you need to find a new workspace for your operations.
- You have an innovative idea or product, and you would like a new workspace to operate out of while you turn this idea into a business.
Level Two is putting on a free Hendricks County Entrepreneurship Summit on Friday October 1st. The goal of this day-long summit is to help startups, new and pre-venture businesses to network with each other while getting some of the information necessary to build or grow their business. We will include guest speakers from local businesses and organizations, and we are still working on a lineup of programming material, and other topics.
We would love to hear your thoughts on what should be covered at our Hendricks County Entrepreneurship Summit. Please take a few minutes and fill out the survey to help us with our programming.
We are gathering feedback from an electronic survey to determine the entrepreneurship and business needs and interests in Hendricks County in order to tailor services, programming, and resources provided by our organization. The survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete and can be accessed by clicking the button below.
Hendricks County has always taken a community-centered approach to economic development. “Feedback and perspectives gathered from the survey will help continue to drive an organic, bottom-up approach,” said Courtney Zaugg.. “Information from the survey can also support workforce development, infrastructure, and cultural assets that contribute to potential opportunities for future innovation and small business development.”
Please fill out the survey to help us continue our mission to foster entrepreneurship and cultivate growth in the small businesses of Hendricks County!