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Entrepreneurship Research Guide  

Find resources to determine if your new business idea is viable, develop an initial plan for putting your plan in motion, find funding sources, and learn ways to exit from your plan at the appropriate time.
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Entrepreneurship: About This Guide

This guide is designed to help you find resources to determine if your new business idea is viable, develop an initial plan for putting your plan in motion, find funding sources, and learn ways to exit from your plan at the appropriate time.

The Demographics and Marketing Research Guides will be helpful to identifying potential locations and customers.

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