Can anyone please give me advice on starting a buy and sell business?

Can anyone please give me advice on starting a buy and sell business? Topic: Competition in a business plan
July 19, 2019 / By Richelle
Question: I am planning to start a buy and sell business for hats and such but i dont know and dont have any other experience in selling stuff. I am only seventeen i never take any business course at all. my plan is to collect money to buy a wholesale for a snapback or basically hats and it is already achieved but i am scared to waste money on it because i will spend for about 700bucks on it. i dont know if this will go well or nothing since i have lots of competition here and i will start this with only by myself, but there is something in my mind that i need to do it and this is what i want to do. i just need some advice from the experts or any other people who has experience in starting a little business before so i have an idea on what to do or how to start it. thanks guys in advance.
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Minnie Minnie | 8 days ago
Find a web forum on this type of business and become a member and learn learn learn! Also have a vision for yourself so you really know where u want to go/be. The have a plan to achieve it and if it's still hats business do it, take action! Remember it is us to dream and fun where most people fail is in taking action or having a plan
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