How to become an entrepreneur?

Becoming an entrepreneur requires a strong desire and willingness to take risks. Starting a personal business involves risks, obligations and responsibilities that you shouldn’t be afraid of, but instead be aware of. There is a long way to go from initially having an idea to setting up and running a business to achieving the expected turnover and profit.

In order to find out how to become an entrepreneur and how to achieve the desired results, come to comprehensive counselling at Pärnu County Development Centre. You can also find more detailed information about the topic on the website of Enterprise Estonia.

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How to compile a business plan?

There are a number of things you need to think about before starting a business. Since setting up and developing a business requires a great deal of your spare time, money and a lot of energy, consider carefully whether you are willing to contribute fully and risk it all.

Before taking the first steps, think carefully about each and every detail and write down a business plan. Well-defined goals can prevent costly mistakes and lead to decisions that are important to succeed in running the business.

Some good guidelines for preparing a business plan can be found here:

Business Support Services

There are various support systems in place to ensure that starting a business is not too difficult for a starting entrepreneur. These provide entrepreneurs with financial support, advice, opportunities for cooperation, training and internships.

Business Development Centres provide advice on first steps: helping you think through business and development plans, advising and evaluating potential start-up grant applicants. Counselling at the Pärnu County Development Centre is free for start-up entrepreneurs.

Several organizations provide financial support for starting a business, including:

If you would like to know more about investment opportunities in Pärnu and Pärnu County, find out more about the local business environment here.

Contact Pärnu County Development Centre