Part 3 of Simple Steps for Starting Your Business: Your Marketing Plan - Competition, Message, and Pricing - Slides
You need to know what your competitors are up to so that you can better position your products and services. It is important to craft your marketing message well because it will... Read more
Part 2 of Simple Steps for Starting Your Business: Developing Your Business Concept You’re interested in this workshop because you have an idea for a business. Maybe you have... Read more
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SBA Assistance under the Economic Aid Act of December 27, 2020 - Second Update - January 19, 2021 - slides
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Using Social Media to Reach Your Clients in the New Normal In this session, Dr. Jennifer Gardella will give you the tools you will need to reach your clients in a virtual world... Read more
SBA Assistance under the Economic Aid Act of December 27, 2020 Read more
Part 1 of Simple Steps for Starting Your Business: Content of a Business Plan and the Types of Business Structures - slides
Part 1 of Simple Steps for Starting Your Business: Content of a Business Plan and the Types of Business Structures Starting a new business from scratch is what most people think... Read more
At this workshop held on December 16, 2020, representatives Kimberly Stout and Jennifer Tilden from the Eastern PA SBA District Office update attendees on the on-going disaster... Read more
Just as humans need oxygen to live, businesses need liability insurance to be protected from the unexpected.
When it comes to health insurance, homeowners or renters insurance, and auto insurance, we rarely think twice about ensuring we have adequate coverage. The same is not always true of small business owners and liability insurance. Yet protecting your business from accidents, property or personal damage, and claims of negligence are equally important.
Cash Flow is a measure of the money flowing in and out of your business. It is one of the financial statements required to describe your business along with the balance sheet and income statement. Cash flow problems are one of the top causes of business failure since without cash, you will not be able to pay your suppliers and, employees.