StartRight! 2015 Business Plan Competition Winners Announced

    PRESS RELEASE                                                               MEDIA CONTACT September 3, 2015                                                             Jacqueline Lara, MWBC FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                         301-315-8091   StartRight! 2015 Business Plan Competition Winners Announced Four Corners Counseling, LLC Named Grand Prize Winner Rockville, MD, September, 3, 2015 – Today, the Maryland Women’s Business Center (MWBC) and Rockville Economic Development, Inc. (REDI) announced the winners of the 12th annual StartRight! […]

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Maryland Women’s Business Center to Host USAID Belarusian Delegation of Financial Leaders

  PRESS RELEASE                                                                 MEDIA CONTACT August 26, 2015                                                        Jacqueline Lara, MWBC FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                     301-315-8091 Maryland Women’s Business Center to Host USAID Belarusian Delegation of 10 Financial Leaders to Exchange Best Practices Effective advice on helping women-owned enterprises understand financial documents and gain access to funding Rockville, MD, August, 26, 2015 – On […]

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The Most Popular Bad Advice About Social Media

This appeared at www.carolroth.com and was written by Brad Shorr. These days, it seems like every business wants a seat on the social media bandwagon. Facebook seems to have more users than there are people on Earth. Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Snapchat, Tumblr, Reddit, Yelp and Pinterest all have multitudes of loyal, engaged followers, along with […]

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4 Steps to Creating a Killer Marketing Plan Today

This appeared at www.smallbiztrends.com and was written by Melinda Emerson. Marketing is one of the most critical components of your business’s success. You may have a fantastic product or service, but if customers are not aware it exists, there’s no point in continuing the line of work. In order to make sure your product is exposed […]

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14 Keys For Creating Your Business Success Story

This appeared at www.smallbiztrends.com and was written by Deborah Shane.  Everyone’s career and business story is being written in real time and evolving in different ways. I have seen amazing resilience, inspiring creativity, clever trends and innovation mostly driven by all the generations in the workplace but especially the loomingGen Y and Gen X, still Boomers, but watch […]

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6 Great Growth Tactics You May Have Overlooked

This appeared at www.planningshop.com and was written by Rhonda Abrams. The other day I was eating a terrific sandwich in a café near my office, when I noticed staff members wearing T-shirts saying, “We do business catering.” I immediately texted my office manager and told her to order from this café for our next staff […]

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Pop Up Shops

  This appeared at www.mindfulprofits.com. Pop-up shops by their mysterious and fleeting nature are inherently cool. They give people the feeling of a one-of-a-kind experience and being “in the know.” Since the first pop-up retail store sprang up in California in 1999, businesses across all industries have taken the trend, adapted it and made it […]

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7 Tools That Guarantee Great Project Management

This appeared at www.smallbiztrends.com and was written by Drew Hendricks. You can accomplish amazing things in business when you have the right tools, both technological and social. This is especially true for managing company projects. With some great tools in your arsenal, such as those that follow, you should be able to address all your project […]

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6 Ways to Improve Customer Experience and Reduce Abandoned Carts

This appeared at www.smallbiztrends.com and was written by Shawn Hessinger.   Do you know what your e-commerce shopping cart abandonment rate is?  That’s a critical question if you sell online. If you don’t know, you may be shocked to learn that according to one study by the Baymard Institute in December of 2013, as many […]

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A Girl’s Guide to Finding an Awesome Mentor (and Being One)

This appeared at www.entrepreneur.com and was written by Leyla Seka. Advice on how to be successful as a woman in the business world almost always includes finding a mentor. Many women treat this mission like a checklist item (Mentor? Check!), but being thoughtful and strategic about mentoring can be life-changing. Without the feedback that I’ve gotten from my […]

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