Category Archive for: ‘SBDC News’

  • FSBDC at USF hosts annual government conference

    FSBDC at USF hosts annual government conference

    by Stacey Dadd | May 9, 2018 “The whole purpose of the 31st Annual Government Small Business Conference is to expose our small business owners to the possibility of doing business with the government – particularly the federal government.” Eileen Rodriguez said. The Florida SBDC […]

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  • $1 Million Dollars of Non-Dilutive Investment for Your Business

    $1 Million Dollars of Non-Dilutive Investment for Your Business

    by Mitch Lairmore | April 20,2018 Most small businesses would welcome funding for research and development that would lead to innovative products and services to include in a portfolio of offerings. The good news is that the United States has a program to do just […]

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  • Marketing: Your Process is Your Brand

    Marketing: Your Process is Your Brand

    by Michael Noel, MBA | April 4, 2018 Think of your favorite fast food restaurant. One of the main reasons we go there is not the culinary experience – it’s the reliable experience! No surprises! No doubt we rely on the consistency of the product […]

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  • Marketing: Clone Wars you Can Win

    Marketing: Clone Wars you Can Win

    by Michael Noel, MBA | April 4, 2018 Once upon a time in a galaxy right outside your door, is a time of intense competition for the attention of your customer, and a battle rages on. It feels like that sometimes. So much noise from […]

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  • New Online, Mobile Ad Options for Businesses

    New Online, Mobile Ad Options for Businesses

    by Stacey Dadd | March 28, 2018 It’s tough to keep up with the ever-changing online environment when you are an entrepreneur running a business. While social platform advertising can seem overwhelming for some, it’s important to stay up-to-date on the latest and greatest low-cost […]

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  • Poo-fessional Recycled Organics and Land Management

    Recycled Waste Facility Utilizes Local Resource to Find Funding

    Poo-fessional Recycled Organics and Land Management of Hillsborough County

    Kimberly Martin, a high school agriculture teacher, created her business, Poo-fessional Recycled Organics and Land Management, due to a complaint from a neighbor regarding her and her husband accumulating yard waste from trimming trees.

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