Today's economy presents business owners with challenges — and choices!
You can settle for simply surviving, or you can choose to thrive!
Changing times call for changing practices and strategies. Below are some excellent free resources that offer useful information and guidance. Find the help you need to give your business a boost or to keep it moving forward.
SCORE® — Counselors to America's Small Business
SBA.gov — U. S. Small Business Administration
CountyOffice.org – An excellent way to quickly locate government offices in your county (or parish). This searchable database contains over 250,000 offices and works much faster and better than trying to find what you need using Google, Bing, or any other search engine.
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Explore the possibilites, discover the difference that even small changes can make for your business, and choose to thrive!
Are you looking to expand or improve business operations and become more competitive?
The state of Louisiana's Small and Emerging Business Development (SEBD) Program helps business owners who need to invest in professional services to help grow their businesses.
Eligible businesses may receive assistance with payments for managerial and technical assistance and gain access to resources, consultants, industry specialists and trained professionals throughout the state.
For more information visit the website at:
(...and yes, in certain cases this may include assistance with the cost of creating a new website or upgrading an existing site...)
The fact is ... it depends — just as the price of a home depends on whether you build a one bedroom cottage or a waterfront mansion. That's why we do free estimates.
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