www.supersites.com

Strictly Small Business



As the importance of small business in the economy grows, more sites are tailored to the specific needs of entrepreneurs. Places to begin include:

Entrepreneur.com (http://www.entrepreneur.com) Well where'd you think we'd start? We offer news, tips, and everything else you need to start, run and grow a business. Check out articles from our full archive of Entrepreneur magazines back to 1991, network with other entrepreneurs in our chat community, post questions and information to our forum, and access our comprehensive small-business search engine, Smallbizsearch.com (http://www.smallbizsearch.com)

Hewlett-Packard Small-Medium Business (http://www.hp.com/cgi-bin/sbso/home.pl) Discover how to make technology work for your business.

Intel Small Business Computing (http://www.intel.com/businesscomputing/small/?iid=) Here's a terrific site with information on Internet business, business technology and other small-business topics from the mammoth chip maker.

Office Depot's In Business (http://www.officedepot.com/inbusiness/index.asp) You'll find tips and templates (balance sheets, collection letters, harassment policies, etc.) at this handy site.

Visa Small Business Site (http://www.visa.com/cgi-bin/vee/fb/smbiz/main.html) Visa offers resources, links and special promotions for card holders.

Guerrilla Marketing Online (http://www.gmarketing.com) From pointers to consultants, plenty of useful stuff is at your fingertips here.

Business Owner's Toolkit (http://www.toolkit.cch.com) From business, legal and tax information publisher and software provider CCH Inc., this is an essential bookmark for entrepreneurs. Get templates, advice, business credit reports and more.

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This article was originally published in the July 1999 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: www.supersites.com.

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