In their search for sources of borrowed funds, many business owners don’t consider the Outagamie County Revolving Loan Fund, also known as the Outagamie County Prosperity Fund.
When Randy Melzer, chapter chair of Fox Cities SCORE and certified mentor, teaches entrepreneurs, his first goal is to help people face reality.
Whistler’s Knoll Vineyard in Hortonville is a case study in coming up with a great business plan, but discovering that the best plan might evolve into an even better plan.
Here are some pros and cons of buying an existing business versus starting you own.
Only you can determine the right business for your needs; however, the following topics can help guide you make the best decision. Part 1 of a series from the by Small Business Association (SBA).
At some point, you'll have a customer who can't or won't pay their bill. Here are your five options.
In conjunction with Fox Communities Credit Union, the SCORE Fox Cities chapter is celebrating Small Business week and their 40th anniversary!
The Early Interaction Initiative is an IRS program to help identify employers who are falling behind on their payroll and employment taxes. How does it help you?
Although free cash to start or grow a business sounds like the dream solution, small-business grants are difficult to obtain because there just aren't many available. But if you're determined to try for a grant, there are some earmarked for women entrepreneurs.
If you’re a woman who owns a small business, your financing options are no longer limited to bank loans, SBA loans or small-business grants.
Small business strategy is deceptively simple when it’s done right, and the problems obvious when it goes wrong. Paying attention to these three aspect of your small business strategy will ensure your foresight is as sharp as your hindsight.