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Small Business Nonprofit Launches New Website And Membership

March 9, 2011 Mike Sachoff

The National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) , a a nonprofit representing America’s smallest businesses is introducing a new annual membership and redesigned website offering more resources and services. "The NASE is constantly looking for ways we can become a more vibrant partner with America’s self-employed," said NASE President Robert […]

Consortium Holds Entrepreneurship Week

February 21, 2011 Mike Sachoff

The Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education has announced the 5th Annual National Entrepreneurship Week, to be featured February 19-26, 2011. According to Dr Cathy Ashmore, executive director, "The Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education is challenging our 100+ member organizations and their extensive networks of entrepreneurship educators nationwide to join with entrepreneurs and […]

SBA Launches Technology Guide For Small Businesses

December 13, 2010 Mike Sachoff

The Small Business Administration (SBA) has launched “Business Technology Simplified” in an effort to help small business owners user technology to give them a competitive edge. The SBA partnered with Microsoft to develop this free, comprehensive guide on how technology can improve the small business owner’s chances for success. The […]

American Airlines Partners With Score On Small Business Education

December 9, 2010 Mike Sachoff

American Airlines is sponsoring  SCORE’s digital small small business education tools, including portions of the SCORE website and an eGuide, which helps small businesses identify opportunities for growth while providing helpful tips to manage their business. American Airlines has a long history of supporting small businesses, both through sponsorship of […]

SBA Offering New Programs For Veteran Entrepreneurs

November 11, 2010 Mike Sachoff

The U.S. Small Business Administration and Syracuse University are expanding their Entrepreneurship Boot Camp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) to a seventh school, Louisiana State University, and launching two new entrepreneurship programs for women veterans and National Guard and Reserve members and their families. According to the SBA, nearly one […]

New Website Aims To Prepare Businesses For Emergencies

June 2, 2010 Mike Sachoff

With the start of the Atlantic hurricane season, the U.S. Small Business Administration and Agility Recovery Solutions are a launching a new website to help small businesses to develop an emergency preparedness plan. "Regardless of where you live, it’s a good idea to be ready for any kind of crisis," […]

Microsoft Creates Short Podcasts For Small Businesses

May 21, 2009 Doug Caverly

Time is precious, and some people try get more of it by becoming sleep-deprived zombies.  Others spend hundreds of dollars on DVRs in order to skip a few commercials.  But for small business owners who need to learn something, there’s a reasonable solution in the form of Microsoft’s new "60 […]

AARP Starts Offering Small Business Services

April 9, 2009 Doug Caverly

Small business owners who could use some ideas concerning payroll services, group health insurance, and retirement planning may have a new friend in the AARP.  The organization is testing a sort of educational/outreach program called "Small Business Services." Small Business Services aims to help organizations that big solutions providers may […]

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