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Thursday, January 21, 2010
Posted by Molly Nelson - Don't be afraid of small business set-asides and government contracting!  Or so advise the experts.  The Industry Word blog says that there are enough socioeconomic set-aside programs to go around, but that businesses of different sizes or structures may need to cooperate to make it work. 

Federal contracting is also first on Dawn Rivers Baker's list of microbusiness opportunities for 2010 over at Small Business Trends.  Be sure to check out the links she offers as well as the other items on her list! 

[Uncovering the Government’s Hidden Treasure, Top Microbusiness Opportunities for 2010]


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