What You Need to Know About Starting Your Own Firm
Leaving your communications position to become an independent practitioner is a life-changing decision. Assuming that you’re a well-established PR professional, you should ask yourself “Why?” before going solo.
Maybe you’ve always dreamed of running your own business. Or maybe you were laid off from your job and it seems like a logical time to take the entrepreneurial leap. Or maybe you were “recruited” to start your own practice by a client of your current or former PR agency employer.
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