Florida SBDC Business Blog

  • Access Computer Training of Pasco County
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    Woman-owned business aids others in transition

    Access Computer Training of Pasco County

    After experiencing her own setback in the workforce, Kristin Pelletier saw a need to help those who are transitioning between jobs in Pasco and Hernando counties.

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  • 6 Tips to Make Small Business Saturday a Success
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    6 Tips to Make Small Business Saturday a Success

    by Stacey Dadd | November 22, 2019 On the last Saturday of November each year, small businesses across the nation band together to entice consumers to Shop Small. The initiative, launched in 2010 by American Express, was created as a means for small businesses to […]

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  • 5 Key Traits of the Entrepreneurial Spirit
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    5 Key Traits of the Entrepreneurial Spirit

    by Shaunda Wickham | November 20, 2019 So, you have an idea for a new business – now what? Any successful business owner could tell you that it takes more than an idea to become prosperous. Everyone has a dream, whether they follow it or […]

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  • Home Sweet Homepage
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    Home Sweet Homepage

    Tips that will make your website pop by Shaunda Wickham | November 20, 2019 In this digital world, having an attractive and welcoming website is just as important as having an inviting brick and mortar location. Typically, a potential consumer will want to check out […]

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  • TriOrb Solutions of Pinellas County
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    Service-Disabled Vet gives back to the local community through business

    TriOrb Solutions of Pinellas County

    There are people in the world who live their lives to serve others. Local Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) owner Joseph Hall is one of these people.

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  • Schakolad Chocolate Factory of Pinellas County
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    Local entrepreneur finds sweet spot in St. Pete

    Schakolad Chocolate Factory of Pinellas County

    Jane Rakestraw is an entrepreneur who loves to invest in new franchise opportunities. In 2011, she purchased her first franchise and owned three until she sold all of them, thinking she was ready to retire. However, her passion for owning her own business was too strong.

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