Category Archive for: ‘Finance’

  • Is Emergency Funding Giving You A False Sense of Security?
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    Is Emergency Funding Giving You A False Sense of Security?

    by Corey McCaster | August 13, 2021 The pandemic has affected business owners in a variety of ways. Few business owners were completely unscathed. Some started to experience a negative impact but were able to adapt and adjust to turn it into a successful year. […]

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  • Passion versus Wisdom: Turning a Great Idea into a Business Venture
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    Passion versus Wisdom: Turning a Great Idea into a Business Venture

    by Bill Burnham | June 17, 2021 It’s a battle that is as old as time itself. At one point or another we have all gone through it. Passion and wisdom are enemies both fighting for our attention, our time, and our money. Wisdom is […]

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  • Three Steps to Maximize Penny for Pinellas Contracting Opportunities
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    Three Steps to Maximize Penny for Pinellas Contracting Opportunities

    by Yolanda Cowart | March 9, 2021 Government contracting is often a maze of acronyms complicated by the various agencies offering contract opportunities. After working with hundreds of small businesses in the public sector that include information technology, manufacturing and construction industries – it’s clear […]

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  • Tips for Transitioning from a Subcontractor to a Prime
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    Tips for Transitioning from a Subcontractor to a Prime

    by Yolanda Cowart | June 22, 2020 Many of my clients struggle when making the jump from a subcontractor to a prime government contractor. There are two main hurdles for them – resources and business infrastructure. Business infrastructure requires business owners to work on internal […]

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  • When It’s Time to Let Go: Selling Your Business
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    When It’s Time to Let Go: Selling Your Business

    by Bill Burnham | June 23, 2020 You have probably heard the adage, “Nothing lasts forever.” Though commonly associated with relationships, the axiom can also be applied to business. It doesn’t matter how successful a business may become, eventually, even good things must come to […]

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  • DebraSchweikowsky
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    Debra Schweikowsky

    Florida SBDC at Pinellas County Economic Development Specialty: Finance, Capital Access Debra Schweikowsky is a business professional with experience in business management, administration, banking and finance. She was a small business owner with more than 20 years of experience, including being a franchisee. As a […]

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