12 tips from our female founder for starting a new business or nonprofit

The first few years of any business is a constant learning experience. Each stage of growth will pose new problems and push you to change and adapt. In the beginning, the business’s growth will rely solely on you and your decision making. These are exciting days, but without a team, the early days of a business can also be some of the loneliest and most stressful.  We sat down with AnnieCannons’ founder, Jessica Hubley, to learn how to traverse the early stages of a startup. Hubley has vast experience as an attorney and a nonprofit and for-profit entrepreneur. The tips below will help you navigate founding, hiring and building a startup.  Found Founding a business is both exciting and scary. There’s a mountain of tasks to get done and every task will need your attention. Start by creating solid business foundations and working from there.  File the paperwork. You’ll need to file paperwork to be recognized as a business. Forming a business entity changes your tax status and helps protect you from personal liability, among other benefits.. Find the state agency that handles business formations in your state to get more information on the different types of business entities and …