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How do the big corporations engage on social media? And what can a small business learn from that? The Hallmark Social Media Team discusses how to drive business results using real-time consumer engagement.
When you build entrepreneurial ecosystems, it's important to be accountable to your goal and your entrepreneurs. That's why we love this new report from the Kauffman Foundation, "Four Indicators to Assess Local Ecosystem Vibrancy."
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In honor of Women’s History Month, SBA will host a Twitter chat to help women entrepreneurs and small business owners start and grow a business.
When the boss, the customer, the kids, the spouse and even granny can reach you as fast and predictably as lightening follows a thunderclap, how does anyone ever get a break?
When you plan a grand opening, do something more memorable than just a ribbon-cutting. Here’s how to make it unique so the press wants to cover it, and participants naturally spread the word about your product or service.
BusinessUSA was created to be a centralized, one-stop platform to make it easier for business owners to find and access the services of federal government agencies.
The SBIR Road Tour is a national outreach effort to convey the non-dilutive technology funding opportunity provided through the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs.
The NetWork Kansas Vision and Mission Statements were created in June of 2005 and have not changed. They have been a guiding force in what they’ve done. Steve Radley, president and CEO, revisits each statement and discusses their influence.
Most entrepreneurs don't want to run the world. But there are similarities: If you rewrite the statement "Running for President is different than being President" to read “Starting a business is different than running a business” you start to understand the similarities.
Why spend several days learning a new skill by reading a book, when you can watch a video in half the time?
If you are looking to expand and grow your small business in 2015, the SBA’s Emerging Leaders Initiative may be for you.
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Using a gift registry is not only a creative way to outfit your office, it’s also a way to market your business and give supporters a useful and tangible way to contribute to your success.
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