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Inside the Spring 2009 Issue
If you're looking to capitalize on the next big thing, it's all about knowing where to look and how to treat your customers. Here are 4 booming markets to keep an eye on this year.
10 Businesses Based on a Bad Economy
If you want to weather the storm, keep these industries in mind.
Forget the ABCs you learned in grade school. This entrepreneurial alphabet has the terms you need to know to help your new business succeed.
For many, the pros outweigh the cons when it comes to starting a business while still employed.
You don't have to break the bank to set up a home office that's both functional and pleasing to the eye.
Ensure that the people you work with have the skills necessary to expand your business.
Ask a Lawyer
You want your blog to attract a lot of search engine traffic, but if you go too far there's a risk that someone will sue you.
To fund a startup in the current economy, focus on your own capital.
This serial entrepreneur hit it big as a franchisee.
Your business can be a perfect platform for community service.
While online stores appear to have the low-cost advantage over brick-and-mortar locations, looks can be deceiving.
Sales And Marketing
Figure out who your best prospects are and then find them creative methods to reach that core group of customers.
The cake might not be real, but the money is.
This little blue cube is bringing in some serious green.
Dogs--and their owners--are helping this entrepreneur fetch some serious profits.
Dana Oliver's franchise lets her spend quality time with her daughter and still run her busienss.
You can learn now from what these entrepreneurs wish they'd known then.
Budgeting is your most powerful business tool--learn how to use it.
Make sure your website includes all these must-haves.
3 experts weigh in on the latest industry trends.
Consider these questions before you jump in.
Give your biz a boost with the latest tech.