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This week in small business: The economy under a microscope

There are several ways to look at the economy. Is it strong? Is it circular? Are gigs starting to dominate? Those are three of the topics explored this week. And, as usual, you’ll also find a lot of great leadership, management, and marketing advice in our collection of curated content. Politics, government, and the economy […]

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This week in small business: Entrepreneurship (articles) on the rise!

I’ve really noticed an uptick in the publication and popularity of entrepreneurship articles recently. I hope that it signals a new surge in startups and business formation. That, more than anything coming out of Washington D.C., would serve as a national “pick-me-up” both economically and emotionally. Entrepreneurship, startups, and innovation Writing for the Salesforce blog, […]

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Women in Business: 8 Tips to Help You Exude Confidence at Work

Sheryl Sandberg introduced the concept of “leaning in” as an aspect of body language that aids people with their career development. Sandberg makes the argument that women in corporate and professional environments fail to get ahead due in part to body language that reflects poor self-confidence. The following tips will boost your confidence at work […]

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Wanted: Women with great business ideas

The Small Business Administration’s 2017 InnovateHER competition is underway with entries being accepted through May 12, 2017. There’s $70,000 in prize money on the line along with other awards and the competition culminates with national winners being named on July 27, 2017. The hard work starts earlier, however. Winners from regional InnovateHER events can go […]

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This week in small business: Win-win with women!

Women in Business month is behind us now, but articles featuring successful women and their role in boosting our economy are still proving to be popular. We have three of them this week, along with other inspiration and practical advice for the entrepreneur and small business owner. Leadership, management, and productivity A. Scott Anderson, CEO […]

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Will Women Crowdfunding Sites Help Shape History?

When families in the typical American home were polled by the Pew Research Center on who makes the decisions in a number of household areas – including family finances – women came out ahead: 43 percent said women made more decisions, 26 percent said men made more decisions, and 31 percent said decision making was […]

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6 Tips for Mounting a Successful Crowdfunding Campaign

Crowdfunding is becoming an increasingly popular method to access financial capital. Rewards-based crowdfunding is appealing as a way to raise funds without giving up equity or increasing your debt. But there are other benefits too. Using your social network to gain support for your business goals and engaging your customers in the success of your […]

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Business Loans: Women rejected, but not dejected

A recent study published by the Democratic staffers of the Senate Small Business & Entrepreneurship Committee details how difficult it is for women to get funding for their startups. While women own 30 percent of all small businesses, they only get $1 out of every $23 loaned. The story is about the same in the […]

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Are You Guilty of Stereotyping in Your Small Business?

When you think of diversity in the workplace you typically think of race and gender, but in reality workplace diversity is actually much broader.  Consider your co-workers they differ in a variety of ways such as age, marital status and family responsibilities.  All of these differences can lead to stereotyping which may result in workplace […]

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Women Rock Small Business: Get Tips in This Episode of It’s Your Biz with Susan Solovic

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