How can I start (where do I start ) in forming a small business for Hispanic population?

How can I start (where do I start ) in forming a small business for Hispanic population?

I will offer translation, bail bonds, insurance (auto), immigration help, notary public etc.

Jason

I'm totally sure about starting a Hispanic Group company... but I have worked with many people that have started online businesses. You might want to check this guy out he's a great teacher his name is Mack... www.maverickmoneyleader.net maybe you can use to help launch your program... good luck!J

Juan

He growth in population of Hispanics in Arkansas is a trend that business simply cannot ignore. Many businessmen are afraid to respond to the new market because they do not understand it or the people within it. Some Arkansans do not welcome these new guests. But, like it or not, Hispanics are here, and they are planning to stay. Not only are they working in our factories and production plants, they are starting their own businesses.Source(s):http://www.clickandinc.com/

jaykluger

A key component to each of those different occupations is making sure that you have taken all of the necessary measures to follow the law. Find out if your state requires bail bond agents to be licensed, find out if they need to be insured and how you can go about obtaining insurance for that occupation. In most states it is the department of insurance. To offer auto insurance you likely need an insurance license, etc. While these are all very valuable services, you may want to hone your skills in just one of these fields before expanding to offer more.Source(s):http://www.aboutbail.com

Robert

Go to http://www.score.org/index.html and in the upper left hand corner, enter your zip code. On the next screen, you will find the SCORE chapter nearest you. Call them and arrange for a free meeting with a SCORE counselor.SCORE "Counselors to America's Small Business" is a nonprofit association dedicated to educating entrepreneurs and the formation, growth and success of small business nationwide. SCORE is a resource partner with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).SCORE was founded in 1964 and is headquartered in Herndon, VA and Washington, DC and has 389 chapters throughout the United States and its territories, with 11,500 volunteers nationwide. Both working and retired executives and business owners donate time and expertise as business counselors. SCORE is America's premier source of free and confidential small business advice for entrepreneurs.

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