Jeff Wuorio is a veteran freelance writer and author based in southern Maine. He writes about small-business management, marketing and technology issues.
13 Recent Stories
The Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship doesn't just educate young people about business -- it gives companies a fresh perspective on their own innovation.
Business owners have become experts at dealing with a down economy. But how do you take advantage of the growing economy to put your business ahead of the curve?
New programs help veterans harness their unique skills -- including determination, creative problem-solving and risk tolerance -- to overcome the challenges of starting a business.
Newsweek reported that our country is facing a creativity crisis. What does it mean for the future of entrepreneurship in America and what can we do about it now?
A growing number of companies are trying to solve problems facing the education industry -- and they're coming up against a unique set of challenges.
Starting a Business
They've accumulated a wealth of experience and resources compared to Gen Yers -- but can boomers afford to take entrepreneurial risks?
Rural outsourcing is emerging as a trend for big businesses in America -- but is it something small business can tap into?
Naming Your Business
A seven-point primer for creating compelling business names and avoiding major mistakes
How a century-old American business bounced back from the brink of closure.
4 tips to help you start a business later in life
5 ways to save money and still get your message heard.