About

Turnkey Knowledge

The inspiration to create Turnkey Knowledge came after witnessing many of the small, familiar businesses in New Jersey closing down due to the Great Recession of 2008 and 2009. The closing of these small businesses was not only detrimental to the economy, but also disheartening to the surrounding community.

In 2012, Superstorm Sandy hit the east coast particularly hard and, according to the Fox Small Business Report, affected 56% of small businesses in the tri-state area. Many of these small businesses were uninsured, leaving business owners no option but to close down.

Turnkey Knowledge

The inspiration to create Turnkey Knowledge came after witnessing many of the small, familiar businesses in New Jersey closing down due to the Great Recession of 2008 and 2009.

Our Mission

Turnkey Knowledge, Inc. is a New Jersey not-for-profit corporation devoted to giving entrepreneurs the tools they need to successfully start their own small business. We hope to achieve this by putting these individuals in touch with various service providers in New Jersey.

Our Aim

Our aims to inspire individuals to embrace their entrepreneurial talent and spirit to open their own businesses. After all, small businesses are the backbone of our economy. It is imperative that we come together and re-build our community, and that is what we strive for.

Why Choose Us

Small businesses are the backbone of our economy creating jobs and a future for millions of Americans across the country. The two years following the great recession in 2008 and 2009, 170,000 small businesses in the U.S. closed.

This drastically impacted our economy and left ambitious entrepreneurs without a job. We, here at Turnkey Knowledge, work to encourage individuals to embrace their entrepreneurial spirit and start up their own small business.community.

How Do You Begin?

All you need to begin is an innovative idea; our website and expertise on the seven major service providers in your area (Attorney, Accountant, Commercial Real Estate Broker, SBA preferred bank, Recruitment Agency, Insurance Agent, and I.T./Web Design Professional) will guide you from there and turn your idea into reality. However, for those of you trying to test the feasibility of your plan before contacting the service providers, you may want to create a business plan.

This will require in-depth research about your potential business including target market analysis, competition, and funding requirements. This will allow you to stay organized and map out how you are planning to run your business so that the service providers can help you in the most effective and efficient way possible.