Some "do-it-yourself" (DIY) inventors and small business owners wonder, "What can I do for designing something?" Well here's a simple checklist to follow to make sure you got a good head start:
Tapping into "Score"
Score is a great agency to get advice on how to start a business. They can help you write a business plan, and how to structure your business as a start up. They provide sit down meetings, where you are given the opportunity to ask experts about your business idea.
Tapping into SBA free resources at SBA
Additionally the Small Business Administration (SBA), ran by the US government, provides a plethora of free resources. Those resources include free training, guides, and a structured format for making your business happen. They provide a structured system that provides relevant information through out your business development.
Tapping into your personal network
(Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Myspace, et cetera).
Not too much detail is needed here. It's more than apparent that the previously mentioned social networks carry incredible power in advertising. Also, they can be used as an informal "Focus Group" for getting people's feedback on your product prior to your official launch.
Tapping into awesome and free engineering resources
There's a ton of free engineering resources out there that even if you are not computer savvy they are easy to use and mostly free:
Tapping into your free ISS resources
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