Category Archive for: ‘SBDC News’

  • 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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  • Grand Opening Basics
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    Grand Opening Basics

    by Debra Schweikowsky | February 18, 2020 Opening a business is not something that happens overnight. It takes a lot of thought, commitment and perseverance. Because of this dedication, for many business owners, opening a business is like having a child or another spouse. After […]

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  • Increase Capacity, Experience with Local Government Contracting
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    Increase Capacity, Experience with Local Government Contracting

    by Janette Blanco | January 13, 2020 Depending on the industry, when starting a business, many business owners set their sights on eventually doing business with the government. Many government contracts can be very lucrative, but more importantly, they are a reliable, steady source of […]

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  • Super Bowl LV creates big opportunities for local businesses
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    Super Bowl LV creates big opportunities for local businesses

    by Shaunda Wickham | January 6, 2020 Loaded with fan fair, comradery, celebrity sightings, and celebrations, there is a lot of excitement that comes with your town being chosen to host the Super Bowl. For many local business owners, it can be a very profitable […]

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  • Morty & Edna’s Craft Kitchen of Highlands County
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    Local restaurant offers a full belly with a side of Grandma’s comfort

    Morty & Edna’s Craft Kitchen of Highlands County

    When one walks into Morty & Edna’s Craft Kitchen in Lake Placid, there is a feeling of warmth and comfort, almost like the feeling one may get stepping into grandma and grandpa’s house – but with a modern, industrial twist.

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  • Once Upon A Vine of Hernando County
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    Local business toasts to rapid growth

    Once Upon A Vine of Hernando County

    Retired school teacher, and wine connoisseur, Lori Stover is living her best second act in life. She and her partner, Pat Bassett, decided to take their passion for wine and turn it into a unique business.

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