Need advice on how to improve your business in Southwest Florida but can’t afford an MBA? These websites have you covered.
The makers of QuickBooks have created their own blog full of advice for entrepreneurs. The in-depth topics range from setting up a volunteer program to social media and even include how to file bankruptcy (though no one wants to think about that). A free Online Marketing Tool Kit is also available that will teach you all about email marketing and search engine optimization.
By far one of the best ways to stay up to date on what’s going on in the entrepreneur world. Here’s you’ll find current event articles as well as entrepreneur profiles of those who found success. There also is frequently a feature on new startups forming that will give you new ideas for your own business.
Check out their searchable database to find information on everything you always wanted to know about business but didn’t know where to ask.
No matter where you are in the lifecycle of your business you have an advocate. The Small Business Administration works on your behalf to make sure legislation is written in favor of entrepreneurs and also works to grant federal contracts to small businesses. This site provides advice on funding, finding a counselor and much more.
These are two great magazines online with business advice, fun profiles (here Richard Branson talks about why he avoids ties) and great infographics. Great information told in a fresh voice.