Your Next Skill: Start a Small Business
Find resources for improving your knowledge of how to start a business. Below are suggestions for resources that may help you develop start-up skills and knowledge.
The Startup Roadmap: Your Guide to Successfully Starting a Business - SCORE
The Startup Roadmap outlines each step in starting a business with detailed information and resources.
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Lynda.com Learning Path - Becoming a Small Business Owner
Start your own business and get it right the first time. Learn everything you need to become a small business owner, from understanding the responsibilities of entrepreneurship to figuring out the legal, financial, and operational aspects of your future business.
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Start Your Own Business - OverDrive
Tapping into more than 33 years of small business expertise, the staff at Entrepreneur Media takes today's entrepreneurs beyond opening their doors and through the first three years of ownership.
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The Small Business Start-Up Guide - Seattle Public Library - OverDrive
The Small Business Start-Up Guide is a must-have for anyone starting a business. A complete overview of everything you need to know to start successfully, it will save you time, effort, and money.
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Starting A Business
Practical advice you need to start any type of business from the ground up, distilled from 10 bestselling For Dummies business titles.
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Local Business Assistance Organizations
Local organizations and government agencies assisting small businesses with 1:1 counseling, training, technical assistance and finding funding.
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Library to Business at The Seattle Public Library
Want to talk through your ideas and get suggestions for free resources and market research tools that will be most helpful? The Library to Business team is here for you. Make an appointment with our friendly librarians, or reach out by email."
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