Some entrepreneurs might balk at the idea that setting up a business can be done in a jiffy, like a routine oil change.
John McAdam, a former CEO and serial entrepreneur, says an hour and a half is all you need to get started. The author of The One-Hour Business Plan and instructor at Wharton’s Small Business Development Center is hosting a workshop next week called “Start your business in 90 minutes,” where he hopes to get 50 businesses up and running.
“The decision on incorporation options can be broken down quickly,” said McAdam, “mostly driven by tax, legal liabilities, how many partners you expect to take on.”
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