The Small Business Professor – Scripps Howard News Service
Some entrepreneurs have a unique product or service, some have marketed to a group they would not have otherwise targeted and others have applied a previously unsuccessful idea differently. Some were let go from a previous job becoming entrepreneurs by necessity while others always had the passion to go it alone.
Entrepreneurs with interesting business success stories and lessons learned (as bulleted items) should submit their ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Small Business Professor articles:
SBA Loans Help Ocean City Institution
Strides for New Mothers
Botanicals: An Ultimate-Living Experience
Out of the Ashes: Citirise
Movies for the Blind
The Gem Plumbing Dynasty
From Cleaning Service to Property Management
Entrepreneur's Expansion Financed by City Grant
Water Everywhere, Not a Drop to Drink
It Doesn't Matter When, Where, or How You Start a Business
Keeping a Watchful Eye
Granola Fit for a Goddess
Passionate about Junk
Personal Bankruptcy --- A Learning Experience
Senior Care Provides Opportunity
Making Rapid Growth Decisions
Using Marketing Devices to “Beef Up” Your Business Image
Imitation, the Sincerest Form of Profit
Flexibility and Reinvention: Keys to Long Term Success
Personal Interest Sparks Inspiration for New Business
Family and Chocolate: Sweet Success
Cultivating Strategic Alliances Gives Stress-Free Birth to Successful Business
Retirement: The Best Time to Start for One Entrepreneur
Angels of a Different Feather
Teaching Others Pays Off
El Senor Sol – Recipe for Success
If You Build It, They Will Come
Beyond Established Horizons
Success Comes with a Warm Spirit
Like Father, Like Daughter
Ruby Lane: An Antique Business that isn’t Antique
Sitting Back on Your Heels
Gift Baskets Extraordinaire!
Unusual Business for an Unusual Woman
La Cage Au Folles
Why David Hated Tuesdays!
How Sweet It Is!
The Fine Line
Lighting Up Your Life