How to get initial capital for small business from the state?
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Answered on December 6, 2014 9:13 PM
To be able to receive subsidies from the state for the development of small business, the first thing to do is to register with the local employment center as unemployed. Accordingly, you should never work anywhere and should not have your own IP for more than one year. Then you need to prepare a business plan, which will contain information about you (there must be an understanding for whom they want to allocate money), and information on your project — what expenses and income are expected and how you will spend the money. If everything is good, you will be lowered to the commission (as on the university entrance examination) and after the successful interview you can count on getting start-up capital. Also, the state will cover your costs for registration of IP. After the first year, you will be required to report on the work done and costs.