How To Start A Business In Connecticut
Entrepreneurship in Connecticut
Connecticut natives have invented everything from the first vacuum cleaner to the frisbee. And because of the fast moving pace of Connecticuters they became the first state to invent and implement speed limits in 1901. It's no wonder so many great entrepreneurs have come from Connecticut .
With people like Margaret Rudkin (founder of Pepperidge Farm), and Frederick Stanley (Founder of Stanley Black and Decker Inc.) to look up to, the people of Connecticut love to lead entrepreneurial teams that change the world.
Home to the famed Yale University, and containing some of the world's most beautiful fall foliage, the constitution state is a great place to start your small business.
Registering Your Business
Registering your business is one of the first steps to success.
And with Connecticut’s 120 dollar fee for starting an LLC, it's important you get it right.
Decide what kind of model is right for you (LLP, LLC, Corporation, Sole Proprietorship). Most small businesses start with an LLC. If you’d like an LLC, S-Corp, or C-Corp done for you, we’d be happy to do that on your behalf.
Before you start your business, look around to understand the market in Connecticut.
With an abundance of rich natural resources, Connecticut has a ton of business potential.
According to TaxFoundation.org, Connecticut ranks a medium 27th for the corporate tax rank.
Another good way to understand Connecticut’s market is to visit your local Chambers of Commerce.
You can use your local chamber of commerce to identify opportunities and threats in your local community. It’s a great way to get started on the bottom 2 quadrants of your SWOT analysis.
We’d recommend looking through it and identifying competitors in your industry, and identify the points of parity you need to live up to, and how to better leverage your points of differentiation.
Connecticut is full of hard working people that can be amazing assets to your company.
Unemployment rate in Connecticut:
Information from Connecticut .gov
Average annual salary in Connecticut:
16.81 dollars an hour
Information from Zip Recruiter
Education levels for residents of 25 and older:
High school degree or higher:
Bachelor degree or higher:
Information from World Population Review
Price index yearly growth: 16.95%
Medium house price: 275,400 dollars
National average house price: 269,039 dollars
Connecticut is a unique place to start a business. We hope that the resources and points we brought up here will help you start a business there.
If you’d like to dive deeper into how to start a business, check out our much longer article How To Start A Business. Use both of them to get started on the right foot from day one.
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