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TOPIC: STARTING AND NAMING A BUSINESS

TOPIC: STARTING AND NAMING A BUSINESS

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Topic: Starting and Naming a Business
Before you complete the following steps, see the Discussion Board Forum 3 Case Study;  the Discussion Board Forum – Thread Grading Rubric and the Discussion Board Forum – Replies Grading Rubrics; as well as the specific requirements of the post, including length, scholarly sources, and citations.
Prompt:
Complete the following steps:
Advise Shania on which of the business forms under consideration best accomplishes her business goals. Thoroughly explain the reasons for your recommendation.

Advise Shania on whether her company should become a franchise or should open as an independent coffeehouse. Explain your recommendation.

Perform a corporate name search at this website to determine if the name Shania is considering is available for use in the State of Colorado. Also assess whether the name is available as a trademark. Even if the name is available, advise Shania on whether it is a good choice. Explain why or why not.

Advise Shania on which of the interested persons she should include in her business, why, and in what role(s). If she chooses not to take in a particular party, what reasons should she give each person, if any? Your analysis must include biblical perspectives, such as biblical considerations of marriage and of business relationships with non-believers.

Each thread must be at least 1,000 words and will analyze a provided Case Study. For each thread, you must support your assertions with a minimum of 3 scholarly sources other than the course textbook and materials. Each source must be cited in current APA format. Each thread must include both full citations in a reference list at the end of each post and short in-text citations. Acceptable sources include books, legal and business journals, legal cases, the law (cases, statutes, regulations, etc.), the Bible, biblical commentary, etc. Dictionaries and other web sources that lack scholarly support are not considered acceptable sources.
A well-developed, complete analysis of the situation, from a spiritual perspective, requires more than simply adding a verse from the Bible to the post. Each thread will include at least 2 separate verses from Scripture, quoted and applied as an integral part of your discussion of the applicable issues in the context of a biblical worldview. 
Shania Jackson is a mature Christian thinking of opening a Christian coffeehouse near Denver, Colorado. Her husband, Marvin, is open to making a contribution of capital to the business, but he has no interest in participating in its operation or management.
Shania’s sister, Kelsey, is a new Christian who has told Shania that she’s been looking for an excuse to get out of the house and would love to be a part of the business. Kelsey’s husband, a non-Christian, opposes his wife’s involvement and has told her that he expects her to remain a stay-at-home mom to their two children, ages 13 and 15.
Shania’s neighbor, Carlos, is a non-Christian who has also expressed an interest in participating in the business as a way to earn extra income. Carlos thinks the “Christian thing” has potential with all the big churches in the area, including a Mormon temple and a large Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses.
In researching the coffee business, Shania comes across a few franchise opportunities, some of which would require her to adopt the franchise name and trade dress, as well as others that would only require her to move into a turn-key facility and agree to purchase a certain volume of product every month for a period of at least 10 years. Both types of franchises offer training for her and any staff she might hire.
Shania has considered organizing her business as a sole proprietorship, a partnership of some sort, a corporation of some sort, an LLC, or even a joint venture. She is thinking of calling the business “The Gathering Place.”


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