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In roughly 6 weeks I will be launching my first ever business.
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In roughly 6 weeks I will be launching my first ever business.

I have calculated that I will make a minimum of $17k a year or a maximum of $1.2m a year.
So somewhere between those two numbers is where i'll be looking at.
>is it worth it?
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Thats too small of a range, maximum is too close to the minimum...
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what kind of business anon?
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>>1388150
I named my bike after ivanka
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Wow, 1.2M a year, that's a lot of cans and bottles.
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>>1388177
Not its not lol
>>1388181
Online senpai
>>1388227
I named my car after her
>>1388279
I dont get the referance brah
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>>1388319
I wonder how many times Trump got to fuck his daughter.

And OP, that's pretty cool. Are you reselling shit on Amazon, affiliate marketing, or something else?
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>>1388419
Its a food delivery service, think HelloFresh
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>>1388489
Cool stuff. Any employees to start or just you? And capital from investors/friends and family or personal investment?
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>>1388506
Joint venture, we have vendors who provide the stock. Chefs who provide and wrote meal plands that actually taste really good, and delivery drivers.
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>>1388575
Isn't having vendors enough? Out of curiosity, what is your thought process in paying chefs, as in, why isn't that unnecessary overhead?
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>>1388632
Because none of us have any catering expirience, plus its only 2 chefs who work part time putting together recipes when we want them too, they have jobs at restaurants too.
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