July 23, 2014  
 
  Entrepreneurs  
  Resources When Starting a Business  
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There are tons of entrepreneur resources out there. We review top entrepreneurial resources and offer our own recommendations on which resources are best for new entrepreneurs who are starting a business for the first time.

Resources When Starting a Business

  • Resource to Start a Business - The Minority Professional Network is a great resource to help start a business.
  • Good Tools for the Self Employed - It's hard to be a successful entrepreneur if you don't have the right tools. If you are newly self-employed, here are some must-have products and services that will help you succeed.
  • Free Business Advice from SCORE - At Gaebler.com, we get more requests from entrepreneurs asking for help than we can possibly manage. For those we cannot assist, our advice is always the same. Talk to your local SCORE counselor. SCORE is a simply amazing organization that offers excellent resources for entrepreneurs across the country.
  • Good Resources for Starting a Business - When opening your new business, there are many different resources that can help. We discuss several good sources for help when starting a company.
  • Self-Employment Assistance - If you are unemployed and want to start a business, you might qualify for self-employment assistance as part of your state's unemployment insurance benefits program. The program is called Self-Employment Assistance. It offers a weekly allowance sent to you as a check, as well as free training on starting a business.
  • Best Small Business Forums - Our list of the best small business forums and entrepreneur communities may be the secret weapon you've been looking for. Couple our entrepreneur resources with these helpful forums and you'll be unstoppable.

  • 6 Tips for Female Entrepreneurs Part 3 - Women are often put off of starting their own business. Why? Some of the most common obstacles are personal commitments and, oddly, nervousness about the legal aspects. These 6 tips will help set the female entrepreneur on the right path for start up.
  • Operations Management Issues in a Small Business - Operations management has to do with the small business' creation of value added products in accordance to strict quality control measures and subsequent inventory management. The small business owner has to ensure that the right raw materials are purchased and that the intended products are produced efficiently and effectively. Issues of maintenance also arise here.
  • Creating a Support Group for Starting Your Business - Every entrepreneur needs help. But where to go? Some of you best resources are closer than you think.
  • Assistance For Technology Entrepreneurs - Is your entrepreneurial technology-oriented business idea stalling for lack of proper guiding advice and allied resources? A number of technical facilities can help you out but which are the right ones to approach and what kind of assisting services should you expect once there?
  • Entrepreneur Research Skills - No small enterprise can prosper if the entrepreneur is inept at decision-making. To make the most effective business decisions you require entrepreneurship research skills to better understand what each unique situation involves and demands.
  • 6 Tips for Female Entrepreneurs Part 1 - Women are often put off of starting their own business. Why? Some of the most common obstacles are personal commitments and, oddly, nervousness about the legal aspects. These 6 tips will help set the female entrepreneur on the right path for start up.
  • 6 Tips for Female Entrepreneurs Part 2 - : Women are often put off of starting their own business. Why? Some of the most common obstacles are personal commitments and, oddly, nervousness about the legal aspects. These 6 tips will help set the female entrepreneur on the right path for start up.
  • Organization and Management Issues for the Small Business - Every member of a given organization is tasked with a number of management functions as part of his or her job description. What are these organizational and management aspects that a small business must incorporate for success?
  • Starting a Business While Collecting Unemployment Benefits - Wouldn't it be great if you could continue to collect unemployment benefits while you get a new business off the ground? Depending on where you live, maybe you can.

 

 

 

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