Theater has always been a great love for 19-year-old Jake Sanders. He took his first acting classes as a first grader, and now makes frequent trips to New York City just to see Broadway productions. It was from this passion that Jake decided to start a micro business, producing theater performances in his hometown! He was inspired by a small, local production company after seeing one of their performances. Jake invested his own savings and generous donations from investors and created Curtain Call Productions. To prepare for his business, Jake worked at a playhouse and studied musical theater in college, not to mention acting in over 100 performances in his career! Now, Curtain Call has 6 great shows in its season, all working to fulfill Jake’s dream of running a theater production micro business. Bravo!
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Is there something that you love to do, like act? Why not make a theater production business like Jake! He was well prepared to run the micro business, by taking acting classes and working at a local playhouse. Take steps to learn about your micro business before you start. You will be happy with the results! Find more advice in my book, Starting a Micro Business, today.
Carol Topp, CPA