Florida SBDC Business Blog

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    The Debbie Lewis Show: Chevon Baccus

    Small businesses are the backbone of the country. When you own a small business, you have to do it all on your own when starting out, but there are resources available to guide small business owners through the process of operating a successful small business. […]

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    SBDC

    The Debbie Lewis Show: Carol Johns

    Own an established business but want to grow? Center Director, Carol Johns, discusses the niche services provided for established businesses at Florida SBDC at Hillsborough County and how those in Hillsborough County can engage in no-cost, confidential consulting.

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    The Debbie Lewis Show: Karen Krymski

    Opportunities for getting into government contracting at the local, state or Federal level, are endless. Karen Krymski, government contracting specialist, talks to The Debbie Lewis Show about government contracting services offered to Tampa Bay area businesses by the Florida SBDC at University of South Florida.

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    The Debbie Lewis Show: Bill McKown

    Bill McKown, a business consultant who specializes in financial analysis and strategic marketing, discusses areas that need to be addressed before launching a new business and the dangers of picking organizations to work with based on web searches. He addresses these issues in The Big […]

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    SBDC

    The Debbie Lewis Show: Kurt Forster

    Florida SBDC at Pinellas County Economic Development business consultant, Kurt Forster, talks about the type of businesses the Florida SBDC Network serves, and addresses some key marketing success factors for businesses, such as considering customer needs, instead of your own.

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    Five Rules of the Insurance Game

    Insurance has been around for a long time.  Two thousand years ago, the Greeks and Romans had a form of cargo insurance.  In the early 1700s, Lloyds of London became known for its maritime insurance.  In 1752, Benjamin Franklin brought property insurance to America.  The […]

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