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Financing, Mentorship, and Female Entrepreneurs

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May 24, 2019,

SCORE’s two latest infographics focus on financing challenges and mentorship’s impact on women entrepreneurs.

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Developing the Right Product Mix for Your Small Business

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May 23, 2019,

New products promote business growth and enable business owners to respond to industry trends and consumer demand.

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Should I Trade My Services for Equity in a Startup?

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May 23, 2019,

Before deciding to trade your service fees for equity (and become a part-owner) in a customer’s business, explore these seven issues.

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5 Features of a Great Side Gig Website

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May 23, 2019,

Use these tips to create a side gig website: that can grow with your business, present you well, and ensure interested parties can get in touch with you.

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How Well Do You Work at Home?

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May 23, 2019,

A recent survey by Endurance International Group surveyed entrepreneurs that work from home at least part of the time. Learn about the biggest challenges.

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4 Essential Tips for New Franchise Owners

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May 22, 2019,

Succeeding as a new entrepreneur is more assured if you have the powerful brand recognition of an established company, instead of being a standalone start-up.

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Distribution: Demystifying This Element of the 4 P’s

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May 19, 2019,

In which locations will you sell your product, and how will that product get from your business to your consumer?

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7 Pet Businesses to Start

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May 18, 2019

Last year, Americans spent $61 billion on pets, and the industry should reach $91.72 billion by 2019. Here are 7 pet business ideas to jump on that trend.

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7 Instances When It’s Legal to Dock the Pay of Salaried Employees

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May 17, 2019,

Do you hit snags when handling time off for salaried employees? Read the more common situations — and what you should do to stay on the right side of the law.

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