Small Business Sourcebook covers over 340 specific small business profiles and 99 general small business topics; small business programs and assistance programs in the U.S., its territories, and Canadian provinces; and U.S. federal government agencies and offices specializing in small business issues, programs, and assistance.
Build the Damn Thing by Kathryn FinneyThe Wall Street Journal Bestseller featured in Bloomberg, Fast Company, Masters of Scale, the Motley Fool, Marketplace and more. An indispensable guide to building a startup and breaking down the barriers for diverse entrepreneurs from the visionary venture capitalist and pioneering entrepreneur Kathryn Finney. Build the Damn Thing is a hard-won, battle-tested guide for every entrepreneur who the establishment has left out. Finney, an investor and startup champion, explains how to build a business from the ground up, from developing a business plan to finding investors, growing a team, and refining a product. Finney empowers entrepreneurs to take advantage of their unique networks and resources; arms readers with responses to investors who say, "great pitch but I just don't do Black women"; and inspires them to overcome naysayers while remaining "100% That B*tch." Don't wait for the system to let you in--break down the door and build your damn thing. For all the Builders striving to build their businesses in a world that has overlooked and underestimated them: this is the essential guide to knowing, breaking, remaking and building your own rules of entrepreneurship in a startup and investing world designed for and by the "Entitleds."
Call Number: 658.11 Fin
Publication Date: 2022-06-07
So You Want to Start a Side Hustle: Build a Business That Empowers You to Live Your Life, Your Way by Carrie Bohlig; Craig ClicknerFeatured on Publishers Weekly's list of Business & Personal Finance Books for 2021 It takes more than a great idea to make your side hustle a success. Here, two experts show you how to build one that creates the autonomy you desire and changes the way you live. Carrie Bohlig and Craig Clickner started side hustles to make their lives better--to break free from the limitations of corporate America and have more time with their kids and each other. Today, they're entrepreneurs who have built multiple thriving businesses and helped thousands of people through mentoring, coaching and sharing their insights across the globe. In So You Want to Start a Side Hustle, you'll learn all the secrets of their successes: Through real-life stories, lessons learned from personal wins and losses, and illuminating anecdotes about their experiences speaking to solopreneurs and other small business owners, Carrie and Craig show you how to get your idea from the thinking and planning stages to the life-changing, revenue-producing venture you want it to be. Designed as a "traveling adventure guide," So You Want to Start a Side Hustle lays out how to establish a clear Life Vision and develop the right Lifeset for ongoing success. This foundation, say Carrie and Craig, is crucial. It's the framework that allows you to sharpen your focus, overcome challenges and obstacles, and create a side hustle that has ongoing impact on your life and generates lasting success and revenue. Will you find smart ways to handle marketing, decision making, and funding? Absolutely. But with its emphasis on building the right mindset, Lifeset, and support structure, So You Want to Start a Side Hustle is more than a how-to book: It's an essential guide to helping you establish a vision for your life--and to leverage your side hustle to create the life you truly want.
Call Number: 658.11 Boh
Publication Date: 2021-06-03
The 3-Minute Rule by Brant PinvidicMost people assume a good pitch is a flashy, elaborate affair that needs to be at least 20 minutes long. Brant Pinvidic says that's absolutely untrue: all you need to be taken seriously is three minutes. Brant is one of the most successful producers in Hollywood, having sold more than 300 TV and movie projects, using a simple, straightforward system to boil any idea down to its most essential components, and structure it for maximum impact. It's helped plumbers sell home restoration systems, lawyers win cases, and oil drillers sell stock, and it s going to help you, too.
This site contains business starter kits for select industries; information about registering a business, hiring employees, and paying taxes in NJ; as well as answers to other Frequently Asked Questions.
The New Jersey Business Action Center (NJBAC) is housed within the New Jersey Department of State, and is the “one-stop shop” for businesses to access a variety of resources and support. NJBAC offers free and confidential assistance to help businesses grow.
This site is designed to be the point of entry for business registration and for filing and paying gross income tax withheld and other payroll taxes previously sent to the Department of Labor. Download or print the most common filing forms and find out about fees and contacts. To find information on filed business entities in NJ look them up on the Corporate and Business Information Reporting page.
The Office of Advocacy’s Small Business Profiles are an annual analysis of each state’s small business activities. Each profile gathers the latest information from key federal data-gathering agencies to provide a snapshot of small business health and economic activity.
This website allows users to search business resources from 24 U.S. government websites. It offers a wealth of information on all small business topics, including assistance and advice on business taxes, financing, importing/exporting, and government contracts. Local business resources can be searched by state or territory.