Starting a Business

Starting a Business

Buy--Don't Start--Your Own Business

Why not take a common sense approach to entrepreneurship, and consider the option of buying an already established business?
Starting a Business

How to Find Product Sources

Got a bright idea but no idea how to locate suppliers for the products you want to sell? With our how-to guide, stocking your new business won't be such a chore.
Starting a Business

Mentor Notes

Finding a great mentor is crucial, but it takes a lot of legwork. Here are a few tips to get you started.
Starting a Business

Procurement Help From the SBA

The 8(a) program helps small businesses compete for government contracts. Are you eligible?
Starting a Business

Stay at Home--and Have an Office

When your business outgrows your home base, there are some affordable, flexible solutions available.
Rosalind Resnick
Starting a Business

Should I Start a New Business in the New Year?

You've made the resolution to become an entrepreneur. Here's some advice on making your move.
Starting a Business

What Not to Do

A seasoned entrepreneur reveals the 17 most common mistakes startups make and how to avoid them -- plus, the 5 things you must do to ensure success.
Starting a Business

Keep It Simple

You don't need a mammoth staff or an elaborate office to make millions from your invention.
Starting a Business

A Fair to Remember

Exhibiting at a trade show or fair can make your new product unforgettable-if you do it right.
Marketing

School Rules

Teaching a class can be a great way to get your business name out there for less-if you've got the right approach.
Starting a Business

Back to Basics

Ready to outfit your home office with the tech essentials? Here's what you need.
Starting a Business

How Do I Start a Business?

You know you want to be an entrepreneur-now find out what it takes to really get going.
Starting a Business

His and Hers

Can a couple run two businesses out of one home?
Starting a Business

7 Relationship-Building Strategies for Your Business

Try these tactics to get customers to think of your company first.
Kim T. Gordon
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