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Day: April 9, 2017

Online Work and Jobs For 16 Year Olds – Finding Legitimate Money

So you are probably 16 years old or know a teenager who is currently looking for a small job so they can earn some income. How do you want to earn income? Do you want to do it online from home? Do you want a flexible job? There are tons of opportunity out there both online and offline.

Looking for Online Work?

Are you currently looking to start working online? There are people out there who are constantly looking to hire somebody and use their services. There are websites out there who will pay you for writing simple articles. There are people who get paid 10$ for every single page that they write! Why not start today?

It is entirely possible to start earning online – you just have to make sure that you start immediately. You can either be a freelance writer, or go to one of the many freelance writing sites on the internet and possibly register.

Whether you have software designer skills (you can teach yourself by getting macromedia and doing the instructions), writing skills, website marketing or building skills, or even basic writing skills. You can definitely start working online part-time – there is no reason why not to! There are actually stories of 12 year old who are making money on the internet with their own part-time business!

Try Looking on Craigslist

If you are a 16 year old or older looking for a job, there are constantly companies out there who are easily looking to hire you so that you can earn some side income.

Do not fall for scams! There can be scammers on Craigslist website that offer you the world, but as soon as you give them money – you will never hear from them again. Be sure to try all options before you pay.

Be sure to do something that is flexible around your schedule – this can not be emphasized enough. Remember, be smart with your money as well.

Try Paid Surveys

Have you ever considered paid surveys! They are an excellent option that you should try. Surveys are basically this: You get sent a survey offer, fill out little bubbles on the internet by clicking, and submit them. They will send your payment – many times through pay-pal or even mail a check to your house!

It’s an incredible opportunity that you should definitely embrace immediately! Why not? Paid surveys can pay anywhere from 3$-10$ and take possibly 5-20 minutes to complete. To put it simply – they are great and flexible. Paid surveys are great because they do not have a time deadline. Some surveys and focus groups pay 100$+ for filling them out!

This is more than what most part-time students, part-time employees make in a 2 days, and you did it with a single survey! It’s a great opportunity that people are starting to embrace!…

The Basic Components of a Business Plan for a Catering Business

Creating a business plan for a catering business may not be as tough as some of us consider. Moreover, developing a business plan is very important for all of us that are interested in starting their own catering business. A catering business plan helps lay the foundation for the main components of your business. It also serves as a vital tool if you are seeking funding for your start-up; Since all lenders will request your business plan. Keep in mind that starting a small catering business is also a start-up option which may only require the use of some of your personal savings.

The benefit of a catering business plan includes allowing you to focus on the mission and goals as well as identify the basic components of your company.

Let us look at the basic points of a business plan for a catering company.

Description of your company.

In this section you need to describe your catering business in a clear and enlightening manner. You will need to include the name and location of the company, owner (s) background and experience, and the type of catering services that will be provided. Note that you would want to come up with a business name that accurately represents your business.

Unique Selling Position also known as your USP

Your USP is what makes you different from the competition. When someone is looking for a caterer why should they select you? It goes without saying that you will provide delicious dishes and professional and friendly services; These days that just is not enough. How are you going to stand out from the competition? When writing this section I would recommend that you focus on determining how you will create a memorable and exciting experience for each of your clients. The goal is to have every client think of you when they are in need of catering services.

Organizational Structure

As the business owner you can not single handedly take care of every aspect of your catering company; This means that you will need staff to assist you in running the business. In this section you will need to list the key people that will be engaged in your catering business. You not only want to include the names of key people but specific information about their background and experiences, and the role each of them will play in your company.

Competition

You need to know what the competition doing because this is what could possibly keep you from getting clients? You will have to do some research to determine which services may be directly competitive with your catering business. In this section you will need will need to see how your compare to the competition. What are your strengths and weaknesses; And are there any opportunities or threats that can have an impact on your business?

Marketing

The first step is to determine specifically who you will sell your catering services to; This is called your target market. You may initially think …