Has anyone thought of providing back of the envelope
numbers and ideas for what can help an entrepreneur
start up a business?
An article in the WSJ by R.Greenwald reveals some
solid information about places to work (and their costs),
virtual staffing (from bare minimum on up), working in
the cloud (for secure on-line storage), and cool software
for business purposes. These go a way in describing
a check list with cost targets.
What might also be useful is listing “partnering” as well
for generating income selling items cooperatively for
other firms and gaining expertise through others’ expertise.
There still are problems like late-payment collection and
deadline conflicts making long hours and late nights for
In notes on the article in the WSJ online version,
James Chan speaks about other things of value covered
in his book, including what to charge, the importance of
networking and the significance of clients seeking an
entrepreneurs’ expertise and know-how,
no matter what his firm’s size.