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Small Business Speak Out: Where do I get the Capital for Growth? A look at the different venues that small business owners use to obtain capital for growth including loan approval rates and the total cost on a business, in time and money, of financing.
SCORE Tip of the Week: How to Know if You’re Ready to Sell Globally SCORE's CEO, Kenneth R. Yancey, asks questions to help determine if your small business is ready for international expansion.
What do you do when your money runs out? Where can you go for funding? Will you be able to raise enough capital to get you where you need to go? How fast will it take to raise the cash, and will you be able to do so before your funds dwindle? When starting a business you need to
Infographic courtesy of Funders and Founded "The very first company I started failed with a great bang.  The second one failed a little bit less, but still failed.  The third one, you know, proper failed, but it was kind of okay.  I recovered quickly.  Number four
December holds special meaning to us here at SCORE, not only because it’s a time to celebrate the holidays with family and friends, but also because of its designation as National Write a Business Plan month.  So much of our work with clients centers around planning and preparing for
Bar and Restaurant: New Customers the Old-Fashioned Way Traditional marketing methods, such as direct mail, advertising, public relations, events, networking and referrals, are still effective ways to attract and retain customers.
A few years ago I received an inquiry for services through the contact page on my website. The company seemed like a perfect prospect. The referral had come through a trusted source who knew the prospect and my work well. The owner was smart, ambitious and had already demonstrated excellent
Marketing & Identifying Your Target Audience “If you don’t see yourself as a winner, then you cannot perform as a winner.”  - Zig Ziglar “How do you market your business?” Many small business owners focus on creating the best products or services based
I started my business, probably like you, for a variety of reasons – many of them intensely personal. Most of all I wanted to be a good steward of my time, talents and treasure. I wanted the flexibility to be with my kids, yet contribute to the business world. I wanted to work with people
So you read this title and you are probably thinking that I've lost my mind, that I'm suggesting that you relax and just let sales happen. Take the pressure off and ignore all of the sales training you have received in your career. Forget what that sales manager is telling you to do.

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