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POSTED ON December 11, 2012 in Leadership
It’s that time of year when our minds tend to be more all over the place than usual. Thoughts of spending time with family and friends paired with the anticipation of the new year share brain space with our business priorities. So by now it’s either got us wiped out or ready to just barrel… Read the full article.
Small business resources are BuildMyBiz bread and butter, but what could be better? If those resources are topped with experienced business professionals ready to provide insights, advice, and support to entrepreneurs and small businesses. Take advantage of this one-two punch with SCORE, a nonprofit organization supported by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). In 2011,… Read the full article.
Your head may be swirling with questions about your startup (What should I name my business? Should I hire an employee to help me out? How can I get a business loan given my credit history?). But what about issues affecting the startup landscape as a whole, such as: How does the startup rate affect… Read the full article.
Many people have great ideas for new businesses, but those who make it happen inevitably owe much of their success to good business planning. How do you do it, and where do you start? Here are some tips that might help you get rolling:
Tune into the upcoming London Olympics and take a close look at the U.S. Olympic team’s (including parathletes) gear tags, lanyards, and key chains. Florida-based small business Survival Straps will supply these items “for the country’s best athletes on the world’s biggest stage,” according to a report from Fox Small Business Center.