Gwen Moran is a freelance writer and co-author of
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Business Plans (Alpha, 2010).
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The money is coming back in business borrowing-- so why don't businesses want it? Here's a look at what some innovative community banks are doing to try to be your lender.
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Pageonce lands a new cash infusion to mobilize the 'wallet of the future.'
There are a number of ways to keep the money coming in, even after your high season has passed. Think creatively, learn more about the needs of your customers, and test new ideas, even if they may seem a bit zany.
To increase conversions, a website set out to test changes to increase registrations, calls and sales.
Looking to bring together your community to support local businesses? Consider these guidelines for getting started.
There's more to Quora than meets the eye. Entrepreneurs, marketers and even investors are tapping its benefits.
A new strategy for an online hand-me-downs company targeting moms helps raise an infusion of cash from venture backers.
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Small companies aren't immune from workplace behavior problems. Here's what to do about them.
A B corporation designation can help back up a nonprofit's 'doing good' rep. Is it right for your social venture?
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