From finding a mentor to talk you through your business mistakes and fears, to locating an attorney you trust to advise you on legal matters, you need a lot of help throughout all stages of your business. Here's where to find it.
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Improve yourself and your business by committing to lifelong learning.
In a word, yes. But if you're at all serious about entrepreneurship, you'll learn there's much more to start-up than classrooms and homework.
What can you learn from a group of young entrepreneurs with little more experience than you? In a word, plenty.
Step one in starting a business: Admit you don't know everything.
With a spiraling economy and, for some, rough waters ahead, Starve-Ups and organizations like it help young entrepreneurs muddle through <I>and</I> prosper.
Meeting someone who can show you the ropes may be the best thing you ever do for your business.
If you're prepared to listen and take a consultant's advice, you can save your ailing business.
Much more than advisors, mentors can help you learn the ropes and locate prospects, too.
Some say the new administration isn't exactly oozing with support for new start-ups; some say help is on the way. So what's the truth?
What makes a young woman want to own a business? A little education will help.
Instant e-commerce storefronts are quick, but that doesn't mean they make your job easy.
In a business climate where the line between laying the golden egg and becoming poultry is a fine one, can an incubator provide the help you need?
Entrepreneurial centers focus on those who've served.
With the help of Students in Free Enterprise, these students at Flagler College started two businesses.
If you're disabled or a veteran looking for start-up financing, our Shoestring Start-Up Expert has a few leads for you.
The world's growing at Internet speed, but your local economic development agency's still watching out for you.
College students offer free help and expertise to local businesses.
Forget military school.today's colleges and universities have something else in mind of the kids of today: fashioning them into the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Browse the credentials of the experts to find the answers you need.
So it's said. But women are still debating ways to battle the old boy network.
Funding from the Small Business Innovation Research program
Four young entrepreneurs get down and dirty about the pains and pleasures of running their own businesses.
Ready, willing and able--five sources guaranteed to get your business going
If back to school is the last place you want to go, think twice. For a new generation of entrepreneurs, an MBA may be the surest route to success.
Why go it alone when there's help to be had?