Category Archive for: ‘Business Essentials’

  • Goals; Discipline Key
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    Goals; Discipline Key for Entrepreneurial Success

    By Janette Blanco | August 1, 2017 Setting realistic goals and having discipline are the common denominator of successful entrepreneurs. Let’s talk about goals. Are they difficult to set? Absolutely they are, even more so when they are realistic. There is a lot of research […]

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  • Registering in system for award management
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    Registering in System for Award Management (SAM) and DSBS

    By Karen Krymski | August 1, 2017 Many small business clients come to the Florida SBDC at University of South Florida looking to begin their journey of selling to the Federal Government (FedGov).  When they do, one of the first items on the list is […]

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    7 Tips For Getting Your Business Registered in SAM

    By Yolanda Cowart | July 31, 2017 If you know the power behind doing business with the local, state, or federal government, you’ll want your small business to have a piece of that pie. First things first. The government only does business with companies registered […]

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  • 4 Prep Steps
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    4 Prep Steps For Bidding On a Government Contract

    Winning government contracts is a goal many small business owners have. It’s a smart one, too, because the government spends a remarkable $135 billion – yes, that’s a B – each year awarding contracts to small businesses.

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    Start Thinking More Like A CEO

    Do you feel your business is stuck? Revenues are at the same level they were last year? Frustrated that you don’t have the employees to go after the big-dollar jobs?

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  • Spark, Air, Fuel and Compression
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    Spark, Air, Fuel and Compression

    My hobby is riding older motorcycles. Unfortunately, older motorcycles tend to break down now and again. Usually, they break down where you don’t have access to help such as a mechanic. So that means repairs have to be made without help. It is a very frustrating situation. Your bike won’t start and you are not sure what is wrong. You don’t have the ability to get professional help.

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