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The Resource Center has all the info you'll need From content to user feedback, the resource center has the information you need for every level of the entrepreneurial process.
This guide is designed as a reference tool for individuals who are considering the path to small business ownership—and for those who have started the journey, but would like additional guidance. Remember that the information presented here is intended only as a starting point. The success of a business venture will require additional information and, most likely, professional advice beyond the scope of this guide.
How can you come up with innovations as a scientist would? You need to dream big, come up with an expansive set of goals, and then break your plan down into a series of simple steps. Also put in place the best possible team and be sure to develop your plan B.
This searchable list includes all official trade missions and trade events sponsored by the International Trade Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce.
The Office of Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) provides management assistance to current and prospective small business owners.
Site dedicated to helping rural development
The Small Business Training Network (SBTN) is a virtual campus providing quality and targeted online training to meet the information needs of prospective and existing small business owners.
What are pricing strategies are right for dealing with the increasing pressure on prices? Extremes are to maintain higher prices by adding value or to keep prices competitive by continually lowering costs. Entrepreneurs receive an overview on how to assess which approaches make sense for their companies.
Trade Data on the Textile and Apparel Industries
Do you have great technology you want to get to the street? Author and entrepreneur Guy Kawasaki outlines just how to do it right--and how to do it wrong. Lesson number one: consumers don't buy technology. They buy products.
The program is formulated to foster the establishment of successful long-term business relationships between State Department large prime contractors and small business subcontractors thereby improving the performance of both. The program is intended to strengthen subcontracting opportunities and accomplishments at the State Department.
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