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  • The number of Americans who go back into business after retirement is on the rise. The 2010 Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurial Activity showed 23 percent of new entrepreneurs are 55 to 64, a figure that was just 18 percent in 2000.
    Posted on Mar 05, 2012
  • Ask The Experts: Establishing a Trademark

  • What is the best way to establish a trademark for a business?
    Posted on Feb 03, 2012
  • Change Is Good

  • The economic slump has caused an existential crisis for many small-business owners who are struggling to redefine themselves according to the whims of a volatile market.
    Posted on Sep 02, 2011
  • Meeting Of The Minds

  • Nearly every day of the year, conferences for every industry, every niche and every type of business convene across the world. Attending a conference in your industry or area of interest can boost your market insight, expose you to new ideas, help you grow professionally and offer opportunities to meet new contacts.
    Posted on Sep 02, 2011
  • How To Sell To Uncle Sam

  • The U.S. government purchases $500 billion worth of goods and services each year and is required to spend at least 23 percent of it with small businesses. Fortunately, you don’t have to build tanks or manufacture parts for fighter jets to enter this market.
    Posted on Jul 29, 2011
  • Productivity 2.0

  • Micro-business owners love to be productive. The ability to work hard and reap the full reward for the effort is the reason many NASE Members started their own businesses in the first place.
    Posted on Jul 01, 2011
  • Selling Out

  • Many micro-business owners have a hard time envisioning anyone else running their company. It’s your baby, after all, and you’ve built it from the ground up with your own blood, sweat and tears.
    Posted on Jul 01, 2011

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