Medical Equipment Business Plan
If you're going it on your own, you're eligible to create a sole proprietorship. If more than one person will be liable, you'll need to register as some form of partnership. However, you might want to separate yourself from your business so you're not personally responsible for debts, legal obligations and other issues. In that case, you'll need to form a corporation. Small businesses, for example, usually register as Limited Liability Corporations. It's wise to meet with a professional tax adviser before you make your decision.
The steps above will get your new business off the ground, but you'll still need to look into insurance, hire employees and choose all the tech and equipment you'll need to make your business run smoothly. Then, the real work begins. Most new businesses don't make it past the first few years. You'll need to continue improving workflows and growing your client base if you want yours to be around long after these initial seven days.