Getting Started Archive: October 2014

Leading the Way: How to Manage a Business

You’re building a great business, but are you the best leader you can be? Here are some smart ways to manage your business—and propel your team to the top.
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Advice Column: Funding Your Start-Up Business

When finding a small business loan becomes a series of closed doors, to where does a frustrated borrower turn?
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Home-Based Businesses Predict Late-Year Success

Small business owners expect to have a successful second half of the year
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Managing a Small Business: Tips to Make Your First Hire

Picking the right person to hire as your company's first employee is among the most critical decisions any small business owner will make, according to consultant Lori Davila. "It really is...
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5 Tips to Starting a Successful Embroidery Business

Want to know the tricks of the trade to make your part-time embroidery job your full-time gig? How do you keep those embroidery machines running up to 16 hours a day? We’ll tell you how other shop ...
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Tips for Small Business Owners: Find Funding for Your Business

When your start-up business needs capital, create a solid business plan before trying to obtain funding.
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Accounting for Small Business: Staying in the Money

Here are nine ways to make sure cash flow concerns don’t impact your business.
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5 Hot Ideas to Buid Your Small Business

Building your small business in today's economy might seem like a daunting task, but Marcia McGinn, owner of Distinctive Togs, makes an astute observation. In-person and online, "networking is...
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5 Hot Ideas to Build Your Small Business

Building your small business in today's economy might seem like a daunting task, but Marcia McGinn, owner of Distinctive Togs, makes an astute observation. In-person and online, "networking is...
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