Anyone starting a business or wanting to take a business to the next level – especially in today’s environment – faces many challenges and problems. Smart business owners take advantage of every resource they can to meet these challenges and solve these problems. Fortunately for hotDesks members on the Eastern Shore there are several resources that can help them start a business or take one to the next level.
The American Farm Bureau Federation, in partnership with Farm Credit, is seeking entrepreneurs to apply online for the 2023 Farm Bureau Ag Innovation Challenge. Now in its ninth year, this national business competition showcases U.S. startup companies developing innovative solutions to challenges faced by America’s farmers, ranchers and rural communities.
Business owners looking to relocate their business need to consider a number of factors when making this decision. Most business owners will evaluate the tax situation, rental and/or land availability and costs, utility costs, infrastructure and availability of technology, availability of employees, the knowledge and skill level of employees, and the quality of life in a given location. What a business owner may overlook, however, is whether or not the area being considered is an Enterprise Zone (EZ).
An Enterprise Zone is a very specific area, ranging in size from hundreds to several thousand acres, th
Are you a first-time entrepreneur? Join the TEDCO team in this informative discussion to learn more about what you need to get started…
Calling data scientists, software engineers, developers, designers, and anyone interested in tackling challenges in water conservation for Hack the Bay.
Reddit co-founder and start-up enthusiast Alexis Ohanian argues that anyone can be an entrepreneur. But does that mean everyone should be one?
Sometimes, it’s not what people say about your business that matters but how they say it. And then how you react.
Startup 302 is an early stage funding competition offering prize awards, valuable connections and visibility. All technology-based startups are welcomed to apply for consideration.
The Spy is pleased to announce the launch of a new video interview series called Home Grown Entrepreneurs: Spy Profiles.
Motivation is a key factor in any act, and that is especially true for startup investing.
Given the high risk and unpredictability of markets and trends, having a strong “why” can help you weather the ups and downs throughout the years of a company’s journey.