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Business Model of Micro Entrepreneurship- Fan-Jia Chiu

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Workforce Development Innovation Center

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Micro Entrepreneurship

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Fan-Chia Chiu, is the owner of“Good Things Nail Gallery ”. She has being such a fan of creation, so she resigned from the securities industry and decided to serve as a nail technician. She found a nail gallery in 2016 and applied for a financial loan from Phoenix Micro Start-up in 2018. With the financial support, she could purchase new instruments to run her business. Reflecting on her entrepreneurial journey, after getting recognized as a business model of micro entrepreneurship 2018, Fan-Jia identifies core values and key strengths and adjusts its business position as well as future direction. She hopes good things always happen to her just like the name of her store.


To assist and encourage women, middle-aged citizens, and offshore residents’ entrepreneurial ventures, the WDA (Workforce Development Agency) launched Phoenix Micro Start-up Loan that comes with free business startup courses as well as professional consulting services to provide guidance and support through the stages of starting a venture. Learn more about the Phoenix Micro Start-up Loan through its website (, where you can also sign up for business startup classes and apply for consultant services. Alternatively, you can call our service line 0800-092-957 for information.