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Friday, August 06, 2010

Posted by Rosemary HambrightA muse surely inspired small business bloggers and reporters this week!  New ideas and intriguing dialogue abounded:

Joel Libava painted a portrait of the potential for senior care franchise development in coming years.  Entrepreneur Solomon Choi showcased her creative push to turn her frozen yogurt shop into a franchise.

Small Business Trends outlined a black and white picture of government issued small business loans, and Dawn Rivers Baker thoughtfully articulated the implications of NSBA’s 2010 Mid-Year Economic Report

Google revealed an innovation in Google Maps—businesses may now publically express their responses to reviews on their Google Place Page.  Small Biz Bee extolled the values of team-building in a small office and supplied a basic blueprint of activities (personal favorites include paintball and laser tag).


[Will The Numbers Keep Adding Up for Senior Care Franchise Owners?]
[Franchising to Expand the Business]
[Getting Beyond the Myths: Government Small Business Loans, Grants Explained]
[Research Roundup: Where’s the Recovery?]
[Respond to reviews for your business on Google Place Page]
[Why Leadership and Team Building Exercises Should not be Ignored by Small Businesses]


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