Amazon Announces Opportunities for Small Business Owners
Small businesses in America continue to drive innovation and provide opportunities for people to enter the world of entrepreneurship. A recent example has been presented by one of the biggest giants of the commercial world. Amazon recently announced opportunities for small business owners to assist with its growing demand for small package delivery services nationwide. A recent article in the New York Times (see announced opportunities) touted Amazon’s new initiative, stating:
The company announced Thursday a new program aimed at helping people start their own businesses delivering packages for Amazon. For a minimum investment of $10,000, people in the United States will be able to open and manage their own delivery service handling Amazon packages. Although the couriers will not be employees of the company, they’ll get access to Amazon-branded vehicles, uniforms and more. By the company’s calculations, an owner could earn as much as $300,000 a year in profit by operating a fleet of up to 40 vehicles.
MichieHamlett Commercial Attorneys Can Help Your Small Business
If you are planning to open a small business, or have recently done so, it’s a smart move to seek the advice of an attorney. The Commercial Group attorneys at MichieHamlett can help you navigate the details.
For example, there are a number of options for forming the business, including traditional corporations, limited liability companies, and limited liability partnerships, each of which provide benefits and risks, depending upon the nature of your business. In cooperation with your accountant, our attorneys can help you create the legal business structure that’s right for you and teach you what you need to know to maintain that structure. In addition, we can help you with any legal challenges that come up as you operate your business.
At MichieHamlett, we are more than a law firm that simply provides advice and services – we look to create value and build lasting partnerships with the local community.