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Virtual Mentors

A myriad of convenient business counseling awaits you online. Here's where.

In the days before the Internet became so popular, people starting businesses often asked attorneys and accountants for help, talked with counselors at the Small Business Administration (SBA) or Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs), took a course or two at a local college or sought advice from other people who already ran successful businesses. All these resources are still available, but, thanks to the ever-expanding world of technology, now you can also obtain advice from online services and the Internet. In fact, you can get help from volunteer groups, government agencies, your online peers and even commercial firms--all without ever leaving your office.


Sandra E. Eddy is the author of HTML in Plain English (MIS:Press, $16.95, 800-288-2131) and Mastering Lotus SmartSuite 97 for Windows 95 (Sybex, $39.99, 510-523-8233).

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This article was originally published in the October 1997 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Virtual Mentors.

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