May 2, 2016 5:24 PM
“Anywhere in New Hampshire, you can start up a business. You register a trade name for 50 bucks and the office is here in Concord, so it saves you from getting in the car and driving. You don’t really have to do anything to start a business. It’s just that if you do your homework, you put together a solid business plan, you really think it through, your chances of success are a lot better than just saying, ‘Gee, I want to open a restaurant!’” – Tim Sink, President, Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce
Starting your own business takes risk, hard work, passion and even a little luck, as we’ve learned from all of the entrepreneurs we’ve profiled so far in our special series, Secrets to Entrepreneurial Success. If you need a place to get some inspiration, instruction, or to network, consider visiting your local Chamber of Commerce. We sit down with Tim Sink, president of the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce to learn more about the types of services it offers to help you get started.
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