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You’ve planted seeds of entrepreneurship and now they are in full bloom. It is time to expand! Expansion for you could mean a literal expansion of your current business location, opening additional locations, or even hiring new employees and increasing production. Let us help fulfill your growing dreams by pointing you in the right direction.

Open Additional Locations

When you open a new location, you need to go back to your business plan and update it. Your business plan will be confirmation that you are in a good spot to add locations. You also want to make sure you are complying with all laws, rules, and regulations just like when you were opening the first location.

Funding for Expansion

Expanding your business costs money and slightly different preparation than running your business as is. Learn about obtaining financing and what other options are available for businesses looking to grow.

Adding New Employees

A business is as good as its employees. As a business owner, you want to hire the best. Your employees are a direct reflection of your overall mission. Learn some strategies for sourcing the best candidates.

Merge & Acquire Businesses

Your success has now led you down the path of acquisition and/or merger. This process is similar to starting a new business, but require additional steps to protect your existing business. Learn how to do it the right way.