May 28, 2016
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GoDaddy’s Flare App Gives Entrepreneurs Feedback on Business Ideas

GoDaddy has introduced a new mobile app called Flare that allows users to enter business ideas they've had or those that just popped into their heads. The app then connects those ideas with the GoDaddy community who can either encourage its further development or even sign up to be advisors to the potential business in the making.


The Top 3 Reasons to Implement Restaurant Technology

Restaurant owners and operators know that success takes more than amazing, mouth-watering food. Increasingly restaurant technology comes into play. Read what it would take to make savvy restaurateurs implement technology -- and what they consider the hottest tech trends in restaurants.


Former Student Creates Scholly to Find Scholarship Opportunities

One entrepreneur has developed a means of addressing student debt, a platform that helps students locate and vet lesser known scholarships online. Meet Scholly and learn more about how to create a product that serves a very unique need.


How to Manage a Handmade Business of One

Interested in growing your handmade business but not to the point of needing extra help to do so? Check out these tips to help you better manage your business on your own.


Is Your Angel Investor Playing Power Ball or Money Ball?

If investing in successful companies was easy, everybody would be doing it. In fact, investing in businesses successfully isn't just a complicated endeavor. Its one on which even the pros don't always agree on the right approach.


How to Encourage And Build a Better Sales Team

You're sales team is a critical part of your business. But you think money alone motivates them to bring in the revenue your company needs to grow ... well, think again. There's a lot more to creating incentives for this rare breed than might at first meet the eye.


5 Benefits Of Bootstrapping Your Small Business

Not everybody starts out with a big check written out to them by some VC firm or seasoned angel investor. And maybe that's not such a bad thing after all. Bootstrapping is not for everyone, but here are some benefits to consider.

Looking for templates, checklists or guides? The Small Business Resource Center has them!