What to consider when starting a business

For six years, he was bagging groceries. Then Matt Cottle, who has autism, started his own bakery in Arizona. Starting a business is a dream of many people, including individuals with disabilities, but becoming an entrepreneur is not always an easy path.

April’s edition of the Disability.Gov newsletter offered 10 things to know about becoming an entrepreneur. It’s full of tips and resources, which include:

  1. Making a Dream Reality
  2. Finding a Mentor
  3. Building Your Foundation
  4. Young Entrepreneurs
  5. Veteran Business Owners
  6. Financing Your Business
  7. Landing Your First Clients
  8. Let Your Business Grow
  9. Self-Employment is Customized Employment
  10. Self-Employment is Social Security

Click here to read the full article.

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