Whether a college degree is necessary to start a business or a waste of time that could be better spent launching a startup has been hotly debated for decades.
Our fourth infographic based on “The Megaphone of Main Street: Women’s Entrepreneurship” data report focuses on how women start businesses, why they start businesses, and why they chose the industries they did.
SCORE would like to highlight some of our talented younger entrepreneur clients, from millennials to pre-teens, during this special month.
It takes hard work to start and maintain any type of business, whether you work from home or a storefront. Here are some suggestions to keep you going.
Should you perform a SWOT analysis regularly? This planning technique can help you identify what your business is doing well and what it needs to improve.
Read these three stories of veterans who launched entrepreneurial companies to help other veterans successfully transition back to civilian life.
The youngest entrepreneurs, self-employed workers, and freelancers have a different mentality about time off than their older counterparts.
Most financial experts recommend three to six months of operating expenses, but using this for every business in every situation is misleading.
How do you know if the grant offer is legitimate or a scam? According to the U.S. Department of Justice, FBI and other Federal Agencies, fake U.S. grant scams are on the rise across the country.