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How to prepare for supplier complications

When entrepreneurs get ready to start a company, it is important that they prepare for any future hangups, including the possibility of the company's supplier going out of business.

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Deter copycats by filing a patent

When forming an LLC, it is important for entrepreneurs to protect their ideas from copycats. From well-known startups such as the Snuggie and the Slanket, which feature similar designs, to...

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Breaks from work can increase productivity

After filing an LLC and doing the legwork to get a new company on its feet, a business owner might need a break to get refreshed and re-energized. Beth Goldstein, president of the Marketing Edge...

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Young entrepreneurs play key role in Florida revitalization

Business leaders in Florida’s Space Coast region are counting on the development of young entrepreneurs to bring the area back out of the recession, Florida Today reports.

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Why Your Business Must Use Social Media to Reach Prospects

There are 30% of the world's inhabitants that are online, and this will double in the next 5 years. 80% of Americans use at least 1 social network, representing 245 million people.

53% of people...

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Personalities a management team needs

As an entrepreneur gets ready to file an LLC, it is important to ensure that the company has a strong management team. There are key qualities that a management team should have, and small business...

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Entrepreneurs should hire professionals in the areas they lack expertise

Jackie Davies, the founder and owner of Eat Out In, recently sat down with Women Entrepreneur to talk about how she began her business and to give advice for entrepreneurs interested in forming a...

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White House attempts to free up small business loans

Lawmakers in congress are now reviewing a $30 billion program proposed by President Barack Obama aimed at increasing access to loans for small businesses.

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Why Multitasking Decreases Productivity

Multitasking is a common part of the workplace however, research shows it makes us less effective, increases mistakes and stress, and costs the global economy an estimated $450 billion annually.