My current company - study abroad booking platform - https://goo.gl/dL26wh
My first website - mpeducation.ru - what do you think??
Full story of starting a company at college when I was 21 - http://bit.ly/2oBvBwp
6 tips on the following topics:
1. Picking up an idea for your company - 00:41
2. How much money do you need to start - 02:25
3. How not yo give up - 03:22
4. Main thing you need to remember - 03:54
5. Do you need a co-founder? 05:55
6. How to organize you time while studying and creating a company - 06:56
And finally - starting a company abroad
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I hope some official authority organizations could confirm my own company. You have made a really great topic analyzed. I have seen a lot people they work nearly 24 hours per day but NOBODY CONFIRM THAT THEY HAVE A JOB COS THEY DON'T SHARE THE PROFIT MONEY WITH THEM. Have a great day, Dear.:)))
I like this video. I don't know the situation very well in Russia, but I think you can start an international business in nearly every country. But sometimes it's worth it to check out the rights of your neighbor country, because the laws for running a business can be (much) better...
I'm extremely confused. I see different opinions everywhere and I don't know which is the first step that I should take. Some of the possibilities I am considering:
- Find a job here where I live which can provide the money for future plans (not much money, though, my last job paid 1200€ a month)
- Learn a standard skill and find a high paying job
- Do network marketing, not many risks or expenses but requires some time to start earning an acceptable amount of money
- Invest 2-3k in a course which would help me acquiring a really valuable skill which can then help me making a significant amount of money as a professional
- Buy for cheap and sell for more, the good old selling technique, similar to "turning 1 penny in 1000 dollars"
- Start an e-Commerce / dropshipping website
I look at my possibilities and wonder what I should do. I have not included the company option, because just as you have said you should start it based on your passion, and my passion is mainly related to cars. I would like to start a car wrapping business, however the I don't really know all the legal and financial stuff (taxes, responsibilities, salaries, contracts...) so I should hire someone who can help (accountants, consultants...) which costs a lot of money. I think I should find a way to create a stable income before I can start investing in a company.
Another huge issue is that I live in Italy and it's a much-less-than-ideal place to start a company. The government makes some really stupid decisions and the "revenue agency" is always looking for a way to take your money, sometimes using unconstitutional methods and relying on the fact that business owners aren't lawyers so they aren't fully aware of their rights. This is funny because they destroy companies, which means that lots of employees become unemployed, and then the State has to use the money from the funds to pay these people until they find a new job. Moreover, LLC's do not exist here.
Can I ask you, when you first started your company and everything was new to you, who did you go to for information on how to do stuff and what needed to be done? Where did you find all that information? And also how did you go about finding the employees you have today?
This sounds ok. Not greedy. Running your own company is not realistic. You will have to pay for everything soon. Your success is just for the moment. That means you are not successful. Yesterday success is not today's success.
Hi Marina! Hope you can help me with this one. Like what I said in my earlier comment, me and my friend just started a business and it is doing great. But someone offered me a PhD degree in the USA. Do you think it is possible to continue my new venture even I'm far away from home? Or should I leave 'em all to my co-founder?
hello mam, i hope you are doing well, please answer my question.
I live in India and i always wanted to start my own Custom Motorcycles company in USA (this is my childhood dream) how do i do that? Like what visa do i apply for? and how to do that.. I am just hopeless and don't know how to help myself.. please answer my question
actually I m developing a travel app in which I integrated all stuffs which are essential to travel to a particular local area and also gets benefits to buy local items at lowest cost which is total online.
this was so motivational for me right now! and you uploaded it just when i needed it :) thanks
me and my friends are starting a company after doing it for free almost after 2 years... i hope its gonna be successful :)
Russia is one of the most corrupted country in Eastern Europe. Capitalism does not work there. And, if you really want to make something big, there will come some guys and 'll say: "You gonna pay, dude!". Am I right?
Dear Marina, I want to get the web link of your company to know more about? How can I get it? I am currently working as an intern for a company at Kassel, Germany for IT market research. I have also a future plan fir a startup in future? Could you please ket me know how to contact with you?
Hello Marina. I'm from Brazil and I love your channel. I'm studying for TOEFL because I graduated in high school and I intend to study abroad at university. Your channel has helped me a lot to improve my English and with your tips about TOEFL. Congratulations for the channel, you're doing a great job. Greetings from Brazil!
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