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10 Business Resources You Need To Know About

If you don’t have a clue where to start doing your business research and looking to get some more inspiration, adding these 10 business resources to your list will help get your wheels turning and on your feet in no time!

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This is an exciting part of your journey and you are one step closer to becoming that boss babe you have dreamt about all your life!

All of us are in this adventure together and we can lift everyone up along the way. To save you the time and hassle I made a list of 10 business resources you need to know about.

1. Small Business Administration (SBA)

The SBA is a government agency that provides resources and support to small businesses. They offer advice on starting a business, financing, and other key topics in the United States.


SCORE is a nonprofit organization that provides free mentoring and advice to small business owners. They have a network of volunteers who are experienced entrepreneurs and business leaders.

3. Entrepreneur

Entrepreneur is a magazine and website that provides articles, advice, and resources for entrepreneurs. They cover a wide range of topics, including starting a business, marketing, and financing.

4. Forbes

Forbes is a business magazine and website that covers news, trends, and analysis in the business world. They have a section dedicated to entrepreneurship, which includes articles and advice for business owners.

5. Inc.

Inc. is a business magazine and website that provides advice and resources for entrepreneurs. They cover topics such as starting a business, marketing, and leadership.

6. HubSpot

HubSpot is a marketing and sales platform that provides resources and tools for businesses. They offer free courses and certifications on topics such as inbound marketing, sales, and customer service.

7. Google My Business

Google My Business is a free tool that allows businesses to manage their online presence on Google. It includes features such as Google Maps, customer reviews, and analytics.

8. Yelp

Yelp is a website and app that allows users to find and review local businesses. Business owners can claim their listing on Yelp and respond to reviews.

9. LinkedIn

LinkedIn is a social media platform for professionals. Business owners can use LinkedIn to network, find potential clients or customers, and share content.

10. Facebook for Business

Facebook for Business is a free tool that allows businesses to create a Facebook Page, advertise on Facebook, and connect with customers.

Take Your First Step

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With these 10 business resources to add to your inspiration of starting your dream business, you will definitely get a lot of ideas flowing and answers that will start to click as you venture out into your entrepreneur journey!

Just remember the first step was getting to this point, now you just need to keep moving forward!

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Check out this blog post Starting A Business: 5 Things To Consider for more inspiration!

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