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Women in Business Tip: The Best Cities for Women Entrepreneurs
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Women in Business Tip: The Best Cities for Women Entrepreneurs
3 April 2014

Where will you open your new business? Whether you’re just starting out or expanding into a new location, information on the business climate and demographics of a new market is pretty easy to research. But knowing whether the location is friendly to women business owners is another matter. NerdWallet has released their data on the best cities for women entrepreneurs by examining: 1. Read more…

    Women in Business Tip: Girl Power: Does Education Matter?
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    Women in Business Tip: Girl Power: Does Education Matter?
    18 February 2014

    Between 1997 and 2013, the number of new businesses increased by 41 percent, but the number of women-owned firms increased by 59 percent. That’s a rate one and a half times the national average. Who were these female small business founders? They’re not uneducated, that’s for sure. Read more…

      Why Your Business Still Needs to Do Marketing Research
      Entrepreneurship, Small Business Development, Solopreneurship
      Why Your Business Still Needs to Do Marketing Research
      10 February 2014

      If you don’t know your market, you have no hopes of serving them. If you aren’t serving them, sales will be low. If sales are low you’re out of business. Read more…

        Free Help for Women Business Owners who need WOSB Certification from AMEX Open & WIPP
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        Free Help for Women Business Owners who need WOSB Certification from AMEX Open & WIPP
        10 February 2014

        Five percent of that is specifically set aside for women-owned businesses – a goal that has yet to be met. If you’re interested in taking advantage of this and you own a small business, help is on the way. In 2011, the Small Business Administration’s Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) Federal Contract Program went into effect to help give women business owners more opportunities to secure government contracts. Read more…

          Trademark Basics for Companies of All Sizes, Straight from the USPTO
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          Trademark Basics for Companies of All Sizes, Straight from the USPTO
          5 February 2014

          From time to time, small business owners create something so unique, it needs protection. If it’s the form of the written word, it can be copyrighted, for example. And unique inventions can be protected by patents. Read more…

            365 Acounts to Follow on Twitter for Women in Business
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            365 Acounts to Follow on Twitter for Women in Business
            31 January 2014

            Twitter can be a frustrating social media network for a new person to join. – among other things. But if you’re not familiar with Twitter it’s hard to understand what it can be used for upon first glance. Read more…

              Women in Business Tip: Is Your Cell Phone Hurting Your Image?
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              Women in Business Tip: Is Your Cell Phone Hurting Your Image?
              21 January 2014

              Who cares what mobile phone you use? The truth is, even if no one ever says anything to your face, it’s likely someone is noticing your phone and making a judgment—especially other women. In a recent uSell. com survey, 60 percent of females (compared to 50 percent of males) said they judge a person during a business meeting based on their phone model and condition. Read more…

                Women In Business Interviews: SEO and Blogging Expert Ann Smarty
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                Women In Business Interviews: SEO and Blogging Expert Ann Smarty
                20 January 2014

                Ann Smarty recently joined our Women Grow Business community as the lsst guest expert for the Twitter version of our monthly chat with women in business. She’s a self-funded online entrepreneur, founder of MyBlogGuest. com and co-founder of ViralContentBuzz, who started her first project 4 years ago. Read more…

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