Category Archive for: ‘Finance’

  • 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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  • Jumping the Hurdles of Obtaining a Business Loan
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    Jumping the Hurdles of Obtaining a Business Loan

    by Brad Owens | June 6, 2019 No matter how successful a business may be, there are many business owners who find themselves in situations where they need to obtain a business loan in order to take their business to the next level. Whether it’s […]

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  • The Simple Guide to the Balance Sheet
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    The Simple Guide to the Balance Sheet

    by Bill Burnham | February 22, 2019 Though many business owners are aware of and can navigate through a profit and loss statement or an income statement, there are still many who do not have the same level of knowledge when it comes to the […]

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  • Organized Retail Crime: What It Is and Why You Should Be Concerned
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    Organized Retail Crime: What It Is and Why You Should Be Concerned

    by Bill Burnham | February 22, 2019 Almost everyone is familiar with the term shoplifting. According to the National Association for Shoplifting Prevention (NASP), “there are approximately 27 million shoplifters (or 1 in 11 people) in our nation today, and more than 10 million people […]

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