Small businesses don't need to spend more money to take advantage of technology.
Mexico offers Tucson small businesses a big opportunity to tap in to new markets
Young whippersnappers aren’t the only clients of SCORE mentors as more than 17 percent of the population in Pima County is 65 or older, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Blogs (or weblogs) provide small business owners with ways to reach large audiences that their websites can’t do.
Thinking about buying an existing business rather than starting from scratch? One website, businessmart.com, lists more than 30 businesses for sale in Tucson.
With 42,100 businesses in Tucson and 11.9 percent of the population over 65, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, it seems reasonable that some local entrepreneurs may be selling their businesses.
What’s the best age for a person to start a business?
Are workplace conflicts sapping productivity from your small business?
A home office offers lower overhead, a much shorter commute and the chance to be more productive than your competitors.
Need a loan for your small business but find the task daunting?
How do you answer “what business are you in?” in less than 60 seconds?
Each year, more than a quarter of a million U.S. armed forces members leave military service, and many will look to take the plunge and start their own businesses.
Many small businesses get started in Tucson, but how many of them grow to the next level?
The world is not a static place. Things are constantly changing: clothing styles, food preferences, popular sports and advanced technological devices.
Perception vs. reality. This observation is used to explain all types of irrational and inconsistent behavior.
Last week, this column reviewed the most common options for small business incorporation.
A number of SCORE startup clients come from large companies who retired or were downsized out of their jobs.
During a recession, customers cut back on discretionary purchases. Many service and retail business fell victim to this change, and yet some businesses manage to grow during difficult times.
Businesses prefer stability and predictability. Unfortunately, life is not so accommodating - families move, employees receive better offers and some employees underperform.
Financing is one of the most common challenges faced by SCORE clients. Most lenders examine the same factors although they may place different emphasis on them.