Where do I get money to mass produce my products?
I have to agree with the above posters... you NEED to do market research, look at your competitors, etc because a bank or investors WILL want to know that this is a viable business plan. BUT don't get discouraged! You can always tweak your product a little or put a spin on it that will set it apart. Maybe for a specific niche or demographic? Maybe add some extra to it? Look, the important thing is that you have an idea, you have a dream, and you're ready to DO it. The important thing here isn't this or that product, its YOU. All you need is just money. So now be super honest with yourself and look at your product as a stranger and see if there is anything you can improve. Go here for some inspiration, motivation, and some practical ideas, from super successful entrepreneurs who started out with nothing...download the audio book (its free). Like i said you can download a book for free (I just finished it and it is really really good). http://www.millionairemba.com/?hop=mmglaca it talks about Richard Branson and how he started his iconic brand Virgin, along with tons of other super successful investors and entrepreneurs... if this link doesnt work just go here and click the link under the video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NlREvHjjFkc ... that's how I found it lol and it's a GREAT website!!
by Sandra - 9 hours ago
If your products are not that unique or in demand it would be a poor investment even on your part!!!!
by Bill - 9 hours ago
the Rule: HISTORICAL method is; do market research, find out what people need want and how the current items available are satisfying that need write a biz plan get back to me; was a SCORE adviser
by kemperk - 9 hours ago
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