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Last year we asked our 8,000 Facebook fans what ONE piece of advice they would give first-time entrepreneurs. The rules were simple: one sentence of 10 words or less. (Not everyone followed the rules, but hey–entrepreneurship is about breaking the rules, right?) Now, one year and 95,000 entrepreneurial Fans later, we asked them again. Check […]
Last week, our CEO, John Suh, appeared on D&B’s CredibilityLIVE web series with small biz expert Karen E. Klein. John talked about his experience as a serial entrepreneur and took questions from the web about everything from hiring strategies to his favorite books. Check out the video below to hear John’s tips on funding, choosing […]
Did you miss today’s CredibilityLIVE event with LegalZoom CEO John Suh? We’ll have the full video shortly, but in the meantime, check out the highlights as live-tweeted by event host Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp (@DandB). CredibilityLIVE is a monthly series for small business owners from Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp. The series features industry […]
View more videos at: http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com. Successful entrepreneur Ami Kassar tells the story of starting his business, MultiFunding LLC, and gives entrepreneurs tips on getting a business up and running quickly and inexpensively. Check out this interview from NBC Philadelphia’s the 10! show.
In this week’s small business news roundup, we’ll talk about cyberattacks against small businesses and how to protect yours, avoiding home office blues, SBA programs to encourage veteran’s and women’s entrepreneurship, and a great list of tips to use in virtual marketing. Let’s go! New cyberattacks target small businesses: USA Today reports on this disturbing […]
In this week’s small business news roundup, we’ll talk about The New York Times’ weekly roundup, help you pinpoint the differences between Peachtree and Quickbooks, share advice from former corporate America folks, discuss when it’s time to consider changing your business’ DNA, and learn how to reach your target market without breaking your budget. Let’s […]
In this week’s small business news roundup, we’ll talk about handling a double dip recession, why you should be flexible, finding funding, easy marketing campaigns, SEO blogging tips, Twitter tools, and finally, a survey about who is starting small businesses and why — and we’d love to hear your comments on that one in particular, […]
In this week’s small business news roundup, we’ll talk about the status of lending, the potential for security breaches, useful takeaways from a recent entrepreneurship conference, and a list of small business apps you should check out. Let’s go! Small Business Lending Plummets: CNN Money informs us that a report by the U.S. Small Business […]
You may have heard that you’re required to have a “registered agent” for your business. So what is a registered agent? Michael H. Cohen, Esq. explains. We have a whole library of videos, including more incorporation info from attorneys. Check out all our legal videos. Every Monday, we post a video from our Lawyer in […]