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Business formation tips from those who have been there

When a business idea takes hold, it can overwhelm the thoughts of the man or woman behind the concept. This creative process is the genesis of many astounding Georgia business ventures, and is the very essence of the process of building something from the ground up. However, there are a multitude of steps between concept and a fully functioning, profitable business venture, and a number of pitfalls that can be found along the way. The following advice is offered by an individual who has been in business since 1999, in the hopes of helping others avoid some of the more common mistakes that can come with the process of business formation.

Business operations improving in Georgia thanks to healthcare

The state of Georgia is enjoying a new kind of partnership that is improving business operations in one of the largest health care systems in the state. Philips Healthcare is now going to be providing all of the equipment needed by the Georgia Regents Health System. The contract signed gives Philips the rights to provide everything from minor electrical supplies to multi-million dollar medical equipment. This new contract gives Philips access to the entirety of business operations within the hospital system.

Wage and hour law in Georgia could be affected by new laws

The state of Georgia recently passed strict immigration laws designed to crack down on illegal immigrants and in turn, caused concern about the effect on the wage and hour law in the state. The wage and hour law in Georgia could be affected from the lack of migrant or immigrant workers. These workers are generally willing to work for less money per hour for physical labor jobs than American workers.

Georgia man has successful business formation using oysters

A Georgia entrepreneur has managed a successful business formation involving one of the state's natural resources. This businessman has made use of the natural supply of oysters to turn the oyster season into a yearlong process. The business formation began when the man realized that he could find a way to sell the oysters by the bag and not by the bushel.

Personnel policies could change with new insurance laws

In Georgia, business owners are nervously preparing for the new insurance laws that will soon come into effect, likely impacting personnel policies for many small business owners. For example, a restaurant owner in Atlanta now currently offers insurance coverage only for managers. The new laws would require him to change existing personnel policies and offer insurance coverage for all full-time employees.

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