A micro business involving dry ice may sound a bit odd. But its success proves its worth! Ever since 19-year-old Vinni Bonazza was young, he dreamt of owning his own business. One day, he learned from his father of a business that used dry ice like a sand blaster, because dry ice causes less damage than sand and has virtually zero cleanup. Vinni was intrigued. He did some initial research and found that his area lacked a dry ice blasting business. With little competition, Vinni knew he could develop a successful business. After borrowing money from his parents and purchasing the necessary equipment, Vinni runs a thriving micro business, Bonazza Dry Ice Blasting! He has a large number of clients in all industries, and has recently hired employees to fill his orders. By doing excellent, timely work, he has established a good reputation in the community and reaped the benefits, despite his age. And this only ensures Vinni’s success in the future.
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One of Vinni’s first steps in creating a micro business was drafting a business plan. This helped him establish his goal and formulate action steps. Have an idea for a micro business, but not sure where to start? Pick up a copy of my book, Starting a Micro Business, and flip to Chapter 4, which is all about how to make your own business plan. Your idea can take off in no time!
Carol Topp, CPA