Libraries are a great place to go when you are seeking information for your business. Not only can you find books to help you start your business, run your business, create a business plan, locate other potential business customers and so much more. Added to this resource is the fast information available on the internet.
The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh has an area on its Web site for business. Visit www.carnegielibrary.org/locations/downtown. I found a lot of information on creating and writing business plans. For the new entrepreneur, this subject is one of the hardest to get around.
According to Leslie Burger, president of the American Library Association, libraries are tailing a lot of what they do specifically to what’s going on in their geographic areas in terms of economic development.
When considering a new business, you must consider what you want to do, who else is doing it, where they are located, where you would like to locate your business and how do I write a business plan.
Many libraries have additional databases, journals and directories to help you. Online there are resources for creating forms and seeing samples and much more. When visiting the library, asking the librarian for help getting started can save time and get faster results. Good luck with your research.
Nan Wood is an Accountant and Real Estate professional online with BuisnessTips