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Call In the Pros

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

Rieva Lesonsky

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.

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

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.

Jane Applegate

Mentorships: The Ultimate Networking Tool

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

Peter Kooiman

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?

Girl School

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

Easy Does It?

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

Talicia A. Flint

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?

Veterans

Entrepreneurial centers focus on those who've served.

They Got Spirit, Yes, They Do

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

Peter Kooiman

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.