While I understand that your question is about the initial step to start a pharmacy, you should understand that starting such a business is incredibly complex and it’s difficult to provide a single answer that describes the initial phase.
I would say that in order to establish a pharmacy business, you have to think “full picture”. You have to create a solid foundation that ensure success. Much planning and organization should go into the earliest phases, which I can outline here.
- Learn about the financial aspect of this business. Take the time to analyze financial trends, competition, and your personal financial ability that you can contribute during the earliest phases of development.
- Gain entrepreneurial skills. This may mean learning more about business in general by studying materials or networking with other seasoned professionals.
- Consider the location for your business based on location, cost of doing business, etc.
- Establish a team of professionals. Tax professionals, attorneys, financial advisers, etc.
From there, you will start to get into the finer details of business. Such as making sure that you have the proper licenses/permits and that you have a solid business plan in action. To get your business situated for success, you should reach out to professionals who can help. A business attorney is a great place to start.
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