Starting a Business
So you know you want to start a business, but you're not sure what kind of business to start? We've made your decision easier by spotlighting 12 of today's hottest business ideas.
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Your Business Plan
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Pet Business Center
Some pet owners will go to any length to make their pets happy, which creates a healthy market for your new business.
Whether you sell treats online or in a brick-and-mortar store
Pamper pets by starting your own pet grooming business.
If you've got a knack for training dogs, obey your passion by starting a training business.
If you love pets, this is the startup business idea for you.
If you can handle the stink of picking up after pups, then this part-time business might be for you.
Venture and Angel Investors
Despite Impressive numbers from women entrepreneurs, many still struggle to attract equity capital for nontech ventures.
Your Business Plan
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How to attract funding from people who don't expect an immediate return
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