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Starting up in business

bootstrap

verb

to build up a business from nothing, with very little money put in from outside

go into

to start working in a particular type of job or business

set up

to start something such as a business, organization, or institution

start up

to bring a business, organization, or project into existence

found

verb

to start an organization, company, political party etc

establish

verb

to start an organization or company

move into

to begin a new business or new type of business

open

verb

if a new business, building etc opens, or if someone opens it, it becomes available for people to use for the first time

start

verb

to bring a business, organization, or project into existence

incorporate

verb

to form a corporation (=a company that can raise money by selling shares)

solutionism

the belief that every problem has a solution based in technology

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chicken raffle

any random process, such as a competition in which a name is drawn from a hat

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