Other than getting married, few of life's decisions come bigger than choosing to start a business.
Like any marriage, a new company needs to be handled with care and consideration and can provide long-lasting and rich rewards; where it is ill conceived or poorly managed, its break-up can be financially and emotionally damaging.
Once individuals have decided that they want to go it alone, the key is to lay the best possible foundations and to make sure the blueprint for the enterprise is well
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