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The Small Business Administration, or SBA, website provides resources for entrepreneurs. The SBA offers business financing, entrepreneurial training, government contracting/federal procurement and advocacy for small businesses.
These resources will help you learn about what to consider when starting a small business.
To have a successful job search you need to understand email guidelines and etiquette. You could miss a great opportunity simply because you do not understand the rules of business email or neglect to follow up at the proper time.
The “Marketing and sales” page on the Small Business Administration website discusses how a marketing plan relates to a small business. Developing a good marketing plan is an investment worth making.
If you own or are considering starting a small business, take advantage of SCORE for education and mentorship opportunities. SCORE is a nonprofit organization supported by the U.S. Small Business Administration with a national network of volunteer mentors eager to assist you and your business.
Learn how to start a woman-owned small business and enter the world of government contracting. Provide goods, services or support to federal, state or local government agencies, on or near military installations around the world.
Entering the world of government contracting may seem overwhelming at first. Complete the registration and planning process and start networking, finding partners and looking for business opportunities.
The “Humphry Slocombe: Promote Using Free Online Marketing” video discusses ways to use no-cost social media and marketing to market products and increase business. Humphry Slocombe is an ice cream business, but the social media concepts they use are applicable to any small business.
The Small Business Administration's ‘Apply for licenses and permits’ section can help you navigate through the process of establishing and maintaining the appropriate licenses and permits to ensure your business complies with a range of local, state and federal rules.
Estimate your startup costs and determine how much money you’ll need to get and keep your business up and running.
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