Florida SBDC Business Blog

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    Where to Locate Federal Government Opportunities?

    If you’re interested in selling your products and services to the federal government you need to become acquainted with the FBO online marketplace where government buyers are required to advertise bid opportunities.  FBO, also known as Federal Business Opportunities or FedBizOpps, is a tool for […]

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    5 Social Media Tips and Tools for Business

    Are you using social media to enhance your marketing strategy? Or have you fallen into the trap of setting up your business on a social networking site and rarely using it as a platform? Your Facebook page or website isn’t the equivalent of a phone […]

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    Sight Unseen Saw it Coming When no One Else Did

    Like many entrepreneurs, Robert Talley had a business vision and a goal. Unlike most entrepreneurs, Talley’s vision didn’t include sight.  Being blind from early childhood allowed him to develop an unwavering commitment to be independent and give back to the community. When he decided to […]

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    Ten Star’s Screen Print Growth Leads to New Products Division

    After years in management with some of the best corporations in the world, Donna and Jack Killoren were excited to apply what they’d learned toward owning their own business. They had an opportunity to acquire Ten Star Supply Co., which had an attractive customer base, […]

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    Filing Your Corporate Tax Returns

    Changes to Your Tax Form That Might Open You to an Audit As a veteran tax preparer I am noticing some subtle changes occurring to corporate tax return forms. And, since individuals sign their tax returns under a declaration of perjury, it is wise of […]

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    Federal Classifications for Small Businesses

    The federal government has numerous programs for small businesses.  But, before you can compete for opportunities you need to know the classifications. 1. Small Business – According to Small Business Administration (SBA), to be considered a small business, the company must meet the SBA size […]

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