A lot of friends have been asking me whether I am going to be hiring a software engineering staff, or any programs that all, when I start my new business. I understand this curiosity because a lot of people I know have acquaintances who are looking for work in the programming and Engineering Industries. This is fair, but what I’ve been explaining to them is that I am planning on using IT outsourcing resources rather than hiring full-time, long-term professionals to perform these duties for me. To be honest, even though my idea is absolutely dependent on technology, which basically every ideas now, they’re only going to be a set few duties that need to be taken care of technologically once everything has been designed, develop, and is ready to go. So, I firmly believe that it is going to be a good thing if I and working with software Specialists sometimes, but not paying for them when I don’t need them. So, I’d explain to them that I may hire their friends on a freelance basis, Outsourcing them certain duties, but that I am not looking to pay any software Engineers or programming Specialists 40 hours a week for the foreseeable future and Beyond. Some people have been offended by this, and this is surprise me. In a world in which so many organizations are hailed for their ability to make money, it seems odd that small businesses get such a hard time for outsourcing. I didn’t dare tell these friends that I was Outsourcing the sum of my business responsibilities offshore, in China, we’re doing so was considerably cheaper. No, some things are better left unsaid in certain situations, but I do think that the world is gradually going to warm up to the idea of Outsourcing is being an essential part of business.