You know how to move forward with building your young business. Here are other tools and sources to be ready for the challenges you know will come.
That’s our introduction to some of what has changed with building a business in today’s climate of collaboration and resource-rich entrepreneurial focus. Involve yourself, give back and do good.
In the spirit of that, we couldn’t ignore the many other great tools and resources and reading that exist to offer more context and background in taking you from idea to startup to business. Here are some of them. (If there are others, tweet us @technical_ly using #TMRWTour16 and tell us what should be added!)
- Innovations4Entreprenurs — A collection of offerings from Comcast Business, including an annual cash and services giveaway to a small business.
- Microsoft BizSpark — The landing page for small business and startup services from Microsoft.
- Small Business Development Centers — More than 900 facilities are based at universities and other institutions to offer basic feedback and advice on founding a business.
- Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) — The popular network of retired business executives who offer pro bono support and counseling to small businesses.
- State Bar Association — Many state bar associations offer free or low cost legal support for small businesses. Find yours by searching online.