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WISE Women Succeeding in Entrepreneurship in 2014 and 2015

WISE Women Succeeding in Entrepreneurship in 2014 and 2015 At the WISE Women’s Business Center, we witnessed so many women succeeding in entrepreneurship in 2014! More than 113 of you entered our doors to grow and start your businesses and … Continue reading

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Building a Diverse Workplace

Working in a startup or growing venture can be stressful, time consuming and creatively exhausting. Building a team of employees who are diverse and who can complement your existing strengths and talents can only help to improve your operation. While … Continue reading

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(Mostly) Free Web Tools for Entrepreneurs – Part 2 of 2

Continuing the blog post from the previous week, we will complete our list compiling some of the best web-based tools available to help entrepreneurs and growing businesses that are free/inexpensive to use. This list was originally compiled by Jeff Boss, … Continue reading

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(Mostly) Free Web Tools for Entrepreneurs – Part 1 of 2

There are so many web-based tools available to help entrepreneurs and growing businesses. Finding the least expensive (or no cost) tools are even more effective for a startup’s bottom line.   Former Navy SEAL Jeff Boss is an entrepreneur and … Continue reading

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Hiring Your First Employee

If you’re a startup entrepreneur, at some point you may want to hire an employee to help out. Hiring an employee is a critical step in building your business (should that be the direction you’re heading in). However, it’s important … Continue reading

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Marketing Yourself as an Intrapreneur: Embracing Qualities of Entrepreneurs is Key

Entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs are not so different. Sure, an entrepreneur may be bootstrapping and working in a solo capacity and an intrapreneur may have the resources of a larger firm. But one thing remains the same for each type of … Continue reading

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Tweet Your Way to the Top at an Event

At events such as conferences and tradeshows, there is never a shortage of people to meet, vendors to visit and sessions to learn from. The amount of information shared/presented can be overwhelming at times! One of the greatest benefits of … Continue reading

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