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In my last post, I outlined some of the fundamental considerations for small businesses looking to enter the global export market. The U.S government offers a great deal of information on this topic – from global marketing tips to advice on international ...
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Read More About A Small Business Guide to Exporting: Part 2 - Getting Financing

Finding the right investor to finance your business plan can be a daunting task. Then, once you locate potential investors, convincing them to invest in your business is a whole new challenge. For small business owners who are looking for investors, read on to learn ...
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Read More About How to Find and Attract Investors

Note: The ARRA (Recovery Act) initiatives and/or programs referenced in this article will expire on September 30, 2010. Any statements about qualifying time periods, or extensions of these dates, as they pertain to the availability of ARRA programs are over-ridden ...
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Read More About Doing Business with the Federal Government: Tips for Securing Your Share During Changing Times

Prior Approval surety companies must comply with all requirements contained in 13 CFR Part 115, Subparts A and B. Preferred surety companies must comply with all requirements contained in 13 CFR Part 115, Subparts A and C. Among other requirements, a surety company ...
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Read More About For Surety Companies and Agents

Many consider email marketing as the de facto way to generate leads—just think of the countless offers and specials you get in your personal Inbox daily. But email marketing is more than that, it’s a general outreach tactic that every business can ...
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Read More About Six Ways to Get More from Your Email Marketing Efforts

Are you a surety bond company or authorized surety agent?  Do you underwrite contract surety bonds?  If so, SBA may be a valuable partner to you.  SBA guarantees surety bonds for small businesses unable to secure a surety bond through other means ...
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Read More About SBA Surety Bonds, Pt. 3: How Surety Companies Can Partner with SBA