If you are thinking about starting a business in Wisconsin or would like to grow your existing business, you have come to the right place!
Start Your Own Business in Wisconsin contains resources and the information that will help give your venture the best chance of success. It also highlights organisations who offer friendly business advice and services that you need.
We have been helping start-ups and existing business owners in Wisconsin since 2005 and a list of key local contacts can be found below.
There is plenty of help locally but where can it be found? We would love to point you in the right direction.
We are happy to promote anyone who is prepared to offer friendly support to local start-ups.
Our local partners have been kind enough to help us and are keen to help you too.
An interactive step-by-step guide which also includes all of the most important subjects covered in an easy to read way.
The idea of starting your own business can be incredibly exciting and who can blame you for being tempted?
However, the sad truth is that far too many new enterprises fail in the early stages. Our aim is to make sure that you don’t become one of them.
This guide explains the key start-up subjects in simple English.
There is also plenty of help available in the area and much of it is free - please do make the most of it.
'You don't know what you don't know' is a phrase that is so applicable to starting a new business.
Wisconsin is a great place for start-ups but your chances of success are dramatically improved if you make the most of the support that is available locally. Click on logos to visit their websites.
We are delighted to promote suitable businesses and organisations completely FREE of charge. Your coverage can contain: logo, company name, brief description, special offers, telephone number and link to your website.
We have created a collection of 100s of startup articles to help anyone with whatever stage they are on with their business journey. Hundreds of thousands of people have gone before you and we can learn from what they got right and avoid the things that have been proved not to work so well.
You can see the full list of 'articles' at: How to Start a Business