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Academic Research on Small Businesses
7/22/2010
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Frequently asked questions about small business data.

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Accelerators help startups in many ways, but aren't great for venture capital returns, panel says
Glenn Brandon
5/1/2012
Blog Resource
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Accelerators provide lots of helpful things to startups, but don't really generate venture capital returns, according to a recent panel. Read more about the discussion.

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Accounting 101 for the first-time entrepreneur
Pogorelc Deanna
3/22/2012
Blog Resource
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First-time entrepreneurs can get professional advice from accountants in this video. Topics include accounting basics such as taxes, payroll and financial records.

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Accounting Ex Nihilo
Martin Dr David E
6/26/2000
Article Resource
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Obtaining financing to commercialize intellectual property is tricky, because intangible assets may have value independently of the business built upon them. In a dot-com world where knowledge is currency, cost and revenue are no longer adequate measures of value. Inventor David Martin's business is soaring on the wings of software that factors new elements into the equation for putting a price on intellectual property.

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Acquisition or bust: A few things to know about exit strategies for startups
Pogorelc Deanna
5/17/2012
Blog Resource
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Exit strategies for startups are limited these days, so a company should start working early to track down potential acquirers. Read about startup acquisition.

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Acquisition: Mission Failed or Dream Salvaged?
Amanda Schnieders
7/11/2013
Blog Resource
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"If you truly believe in the potential of your company to change the world for the better, there’s no excuse for settling for an acquisition."

I was reading through this month's Inc. magazine earlier when this quote caught my eye. My first thought was to challenge the notion. There are specific occasions when an acquisition is exactly what a company needs to move forward or to move on. This is just how things work, but the bold words sparked my interest enough to turn the page. I flipped to Issie Lapowsky’s feature with Vimeo founder Jake Lodwick. Lodwick was fired a year and a half after selling Connected Ventures, the parent company of Vimeo and College Humor, to InterActive Corp, an Internet company that owns the likes of match.com, Urbanspoon, and dictionary.com. After the acquisition, he felt stripped of his creativity. Where innovation once dwelled, process was introduced. Lodwick was fired a week and a half before he planned to quit. This experience backs his words of advice to entrepreneurs who think an acquisition means nothing will change within the mission of an organization. Lodwick bitterly states that "in fact the mission was lost, and everything will change."

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Adapting to the Market
FastTrac
1/18/2007
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Businesses that can align their product and service offerings with both their business strategy and the customers' needs will grow the strongest businesses and maintain their success in the long run.

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Address Your Limitations and Reduce Your Liabilities
FastTrac
1/18/2007
Article Resource
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Addressing limitations and liabilities helps entrepreneurs analyze their business's ability to produce products, deliver services, and create new products and services.

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Adventures of a Startup CEO: No Guts No Glory
Frame Andrew
5/16/2007
Audio Resource
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Warren Packard, Managing Director of Draper Fisher Jurvetson, and Andrew Frame, CEO of Ooma, present 10 lessons for building a successful start-up. They highlight the importance of dislocating large markets, active recruiting, organizational design, board construction, alignment of vision, managing mis-hires, building for scalability, product development, intellectual capital, and mentorship in establishing a lasting enterprise that adds value in the marketplace.

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Advertising
FastTrac
1/25/2007
Article Resource
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Many forms of advertising can be used by companies today but the only effective form of advertising is the one that reaches the eyes and ears of your intended audience.

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