Business logo of a small business
FourFourSeconds ago, I got a call from a friend who was a small-business owner.
He wanted to know if I knew any small-and-medium-sized businesses in my area.
The call was interesting, because I had heard of a handful of such businesses.
I knew that there were some very good small- and-medium businesses in California.
But there were many more, and they all sounded like scams.
So, I called up the California Department of Business Oversight and asked if I could get an interview with one of them.
It was my first business interview.
It turned out that the person who answered the phone wanted to talk about how he’d started his business, how he had paid the bills, and what he was looking for in a new business.
He said that he’d been working with some young people in the Bay Area who were looking for small-but-not-medium business owners to start a small company.
The caller’s business looked like a scam, and I was worried.
But, I didn’t want to give up.
So I reached out to the company to see if I might get an honest and detailed story on how the business was running, who was the owner, and how it was funded.
After getting a few emails back, I started asking the owner if he could send me a copy of his business registration form.
The form asks you to fill out a series of questions about your business, and then a phone number to call for more information.
It doesn’t ask you to enter your business name or any personal information.
I asked the owner about what he thought was the best way to start an online business and how long he thought he could run it.
He told me that he believed he had a chance to get a good business in California, but he needed to get the paperwork in order first.
I was curious, so I called the phone number and left a message.
I told him that I was willing to send him the forms, and that I would contact him when I had them.
About an hour later, the owner called back.
He was really excited about the opportunity to work with me and get started.
The business was his and his wife’s and had been around for about five years.
The owner had been doing business in the area for about a year and a half, and he told me he’d just started doing business with a new company, a large corporation that had been set up to handle business for small businesses.
He talked about how important it was for a small businesses to get business registration because if you don’t have that, you can’t do business in your community.
The company was a subsidiary of the larger corporation, and it would be a good fit for the small business owner.
I agreed to the plan and started doing some research.
There were about a dozen small businesses in the California Bay Area that I’d seen advertised for small business owners.
The first business that came to mind was a business called A.P.A.I.S. That was a local company that had a website that sold its products in a range of different markets.
It listed all of its local stores, and the prices on those stores were generally about the same as the online stores.
The store advertised that the products were made in the USA and sold for about the price of what they were on the website.
I contacted the owner of the store, and when I called, he was very enthusiastic about the idea of starting a small small business in his community.
He gave me a brief overview of his operation, told me the names of all of his employees, and said that it was a great idea to call them and see if they were interested in starting up a business.
I called them back the next day and asked about their plan.
He offered to help me with the paperwork, and gave me the name of a company that could help me get the necessary paperwork in place.
The next day, I did the paperwork and submitted it to the business owner for approval.
I had already purchased a copy from a company called AEPAA.
When I went back to the website to check my mail, I found that the business had been approved for business registration, but the form wasn’t complete.
The paperwork didn’t list the names and addresses of the people who could fill out the paperwork.
When the paperwork was completed, I sent it to a supervisor at the California Small Business Office.
He looked over it and said he didn’t see anything that needed to be done.
I wrote to the Small Business Administrator at the state’s business bureau and asked for an interview.
I also asked to be placed on a waiting list for the business to get registered.
I got the answer I was hoping for: the paperwork had already been sent.
That afternoon, I contacted another small- business owner who was working in the same community.
I’d also heard that AEP AA had a waiting period for business registrations.