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Entrepreneurs and 2010: How To Build Your Development Plan
Entrepreneurship, Human resources for Small Business, Patricia Frame
Entrepreneurs and 2010:  How To Build Your Development Plan
13 November 2009

-I took her to the Smithsonian’s Natural History museum. At the end of our visit she announced, as only a 4 year old can, that it had been ‘three many funs’. And then patiently she explained to me that meant she had learned lots of new things, interesting and exciting stuff. Read more…

16 Strategies for Cash-Strapped Businesses
Entrepreneurship, Launching a business, Marissa Levin
16 Strategies for Cash-Strapped Businesses
12 November 2009

As someone who has bootstrapped her firm for the last 14 years with no help from friends, family, or investors, I have a lot riding on my company’s bottom line. If the company goes down, basically I go down. And frankly losing it all after I’ve built up so much just isn’t an option. Read more…

Revenue Models and More: An Interview with Sherri Langburt
Interviews,Launching a business
Revenue Models and More: An Interview with Sherri Langburt
11 November 2009

Women Grow Business interviewed Single Edition Media founder Sherri Langburt via email, and now brings the discussion to you! Thanks Sherri for sharing your insight. If you are a woman running your own business, learn how you can be featured here at Women Grow Business (think fun, resourceful, and simple!). As a self-funded company in this economy, one has to be able to find creative ways to sustain during the product development stages. Read more…

Community Building Breakthroughs: Got Empathy?
Community Building,Terri Holley
Community Building Breakthroughs:  Got Empathy?
10 November 2009

My daughter is a tween who just started middle school. Every school day she wakes up to live in her world. I am a women in my mid-40’s and I run a small business. Read more…

The Chief Troublemaker’s Favorite Twitter Applications
Joanna Pineda,social media
The Chief Troublemaker's Favorite Twitter Applications
9 November 2009

Twitter was super smart when they created their API and encouraged developers all over the world to come on in, use their API and develop their own applications using Twitter data. API stands for Application Program Interface. Wikipedia defines an API as “an interface that a software programs implements in order to allow other software to interact with it. Read more…

Join Us! Our Women Entrepreneur Blog Carnival
Entrepreneurship, Launching a business, Women In Business
Join Us! Our Women Entrepreneur Blog Carnival
5 November 2009

It was hard to decide where to start and stop in moving this forward (so many great women business owners on the Web… ). So for that reason, the perimeters for this new carnival will stay basic if not less structured than the traditional approach: each will focus on at least 10 resourceful, compelling posts by or for women entrepreneurs – first week of every month. Read more…

Raising Capital for Your Business: Strategies and Resources
Entrepreneurship, Launching a business, Leadership
Raising Capital for Your Business:  Strategies and Resources
4 November 2009

Love-hate relationships can tear you apart. If you’re a business owner, one of the most important love-hate relationships you will ever have is with your bank. Businesses are at the mercy of their banks from the day they open their doors until the day they shut them – for whatever reason that may be. Read more…

Former Presidential Appointee Vivian Shimoyama Gets SmallBizCool!
Blogworld, Entrepreneurship, Interviews
forum.web.com
2 November 2009

She’s a former presidential appointee to the National Women’s Business Council. And she’s an advocate for entrepreneurs and small business, working with national plus state agencies on ensuring interests of small business owners are heard. She’s Vivian Shimoyama who founded Breakthru Solutions. Read more…

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