Florida SBDC Business Blog

  • $1 Million Dollars of Non-Dilutive Investment for Your Business

    $1 Million Dollars of Non-Dilutive Investment for Your Business

    by Mitch Lairmore | April 20,2018 Most small businesses would welcome funding for research and development that would lead to innovative products and services to include in a portfolio of offerings. The good news is that the United States has a program to do just […]

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  • Marketing: Your Process is Your Brand

    Marketing: Your Process is Your Brand

    by Michael Noel, MBA | April 4, 2018 Think of your favorite fast food restaurant. One of the main reasons we go there is not the culinary experience – it’s the reliable experience! No surprises! No doubt we rely on the consistency of the product […]

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  • Marketing: Clone Wars you Can Win

    Marketing: Clone Wars you Can Win

    by Michael Noel, MBA | April 4, 2018 Once upon a time in a galaxy right outside your door, is a time of intense competition for the attention of your customer, and a battle rages on. It feels like that sometimes. So much noise from […]

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  • New Online, Mobile Ad Options for Businesses

    New Online, Mobile Ad Options for Businesses

    by Stacey Dadd | March 28, 2018 It’s tough to keep up with the ever-changing online environment when you are an entrepreneur running a business. While social platform advertising can seem overwhelming for some, it’s important to stay up-to-date on the latest and greatest low-cost […]

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  • Radio

    WWJB Radio Segment

    Not sure what the Florida SBDC at USF can do for your business? Listen in as Bill Burnham, business consultant, discusses the Florida SBDC at USF and his own business background with Greater Hernando Chamber of Commerce President and CEO, Pat Crowley, on the Chamber’s […]

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  • 7 S Bar

    Citrus Grove Stays Afloat with Bridge Loan

    7 S Bar of Polk County

    7 S Bar, located in Fort Meade, is a citrus and vegetable business operated by James Parker. Like many other citrus growers in the state of Florida, approximately 50 percent of the crop was wiped out in the aftermath of the hurricane.

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