New York City SCORE Blog
This blog is devoted to issues facing entrepreneurs trying to start a new business and small business owners seeking information or assistance with growing their business.
Feeling that entrepreneurial itch? Here’s a guide to figure out how much money you should save when you start your own business.
If female entrepreneurs are to gain more funding, traditional power bases must become more inclusive. Here's how women can help make that happen.
The characteristics of effective business leaders don’t really change. Andrew Carnegie outlined 31 of them in 1908, and they still apply today.
In the end, money isn't everything. But without it, your business is nothing.
Breaking into the real estate market -- that is, investing in real estate -- is in many ways like starting any business. The first step is to educate yourself about the industry, think about what assets you can contribute and then decide how big a leap you want to make.
With less investment capital readily available for entrepreneurs, attracting investors is a more competitive and important process than ever before. Here are 5 mistakes small businesses ought to avoid as they seek to draw in prospective investors.
There are three mission-centered metrics that small businesses often ignore because they are generally harder to assess. Consider these essential metrics to improve your bottom line and build long-term growth.
For small business owners, the art of closing the “deal” can make or break a company. These research-driven steps can help you reframe your position in dealing with potential investors and business partners.