Sunday, December 7, 2008

Tips to help your home-based business survive

With a hefty commute from large employment centers in Phoenix, many Surprise residents are creating their own employment closer to home. The city counts more than 800 home-based businesses, a segment that is among the fastest-growing assets of the city's economy, Surprise Economic Development Director John Hagen said.

Others have recognized that growth. In September, Maricopa Community Colleges and the Small Business Administration opened their first Small Business Development Center in the West Valley, in Surprise. Hagen said fostering that entrepreneurial culture is necessary in order to attract large, corporate employers in the future.

Home-based business activity in Surprise is likely to increase. According to business consultants, a slow economy and layoffs is a popular time for workers to explore the option. David Moss, director of the West Valley SBDC office, offers this list of things to consider for aspiring home-based business owners:

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