Finding Help - Page: 7

Call In the Pros

Step one in starting a business: Admit you don't know everything.

Rieva Lesonsky

· 4 min read

Joining a Support Group, Part I

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.

Nichole L. Torres

· 5 min read

Finding a Business Mentor

Meeting someone who can show you the ropes may be the best thing you ever do for your business.

Keith Lowe

· 4 min read

Working With a Turnaround Expert to Save Your Business

If you're prepared to listen and take a consultant's advice, you can save your ailing business.

· 6 min read

Mentorships: The Ultimate Networking Tool

Much more than advisors, mentors can help you learn the ropes and locate prospects, too.

Peter Kooiman

· 3 min read

Where Do You Stand?

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?

Cynthia E. Griffin

· 7 min read

Girl School

What makes a young woman want to own a business? A little education will help.

Cynthia E. Griffin

· 7 min read

Easy Does It?

Instant e-commerce storefronts are quick, but that doesn't mean they make your job easy.

Talicia A. Flint

· 2 min read

Peep Peep

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?

Cynthia Harrington

· 8 min read

Veterans

Entrepreneurial centers focus on those who've served.

Cynthia E. Griffin

· 1 min read

They Got Spirit, Yes, They Do

With the help of Students in Free Enterprise, these students at Flagler College started two businesses.

Peter Kooiman

· 4 min read

Wish Granted: Government Start-Up Help

If you're disabled or a veteran looking for start-up financing, our Shoestring Start-Up Expert has a few leads for you.

Kimberly Stanséll

· 4 min read