NEW BUSINESS

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    Nov 02, 2009 4:08 PM GMT
    Ok after graduating as a chiropractor i have set up my own clinic in my city. To be honest, i have no business knowledge whatsoever, other than advice from other people. I would be grateful if you could offer some advice on generating customers etc. I already have a website up and running and have distributed leaflets, but could do with feedback from your own experiences as a start up.

    Thanks in advance
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    Nov 02, 2009 6:01 PM GMT
    having helped my cousin get going with his printshop. I would suggest having an LLC which I am sure you have already done. Quickbooks is the shit for everything you could possibly need financials wise.mhmmm what else am i missing... alot i know but yeah.. we had our uncle to kind of guide us as he has had other business in the past.
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    Nov 02, 2009 10:33 PM GMT
    Post on here offering "full body exams". Business will pick up right away.
    /I got nothing.
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    Nov 03, 2009 1:30 AM GMT
    Get involved in your local Chamber of Commerce. A lot of cities have meetings once a month for business owners to come together and meet one another. Put together a little kit of information, where you are located, what you offer, business cards etc. and have them with you at that Chamber meeting too.
    Find out about free or inexpensive local print and or radio advertising in your area as well. Word of mouth from satisfied clients is your best form of advertisement. icon_smile.gif
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    Nov 03, 2009 1:51 AM GMT
    Did someone say full body exams??
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    Nov 03, 2009 12:42 PM GMT
    MagickBoy saidGet involved in your local Chamber of Commerce. A lot of cities have meetings once a month for business owners to come together and meet one another. Put together a little kit of information, where you are located, what you offer, business cards etc. and have them with you at that Chamber meeting too.
    Find out about free or inexpensive local print and or radio advertising in your area as well. Word of mouth from satisfied clients is your best form of advertisement. icon_smile.gif


    Actually, they just started up a a local GLBTQ Chamber of Commerce here in my area which was a BIG surprise since well there are times when this area is anything but accepting.