UGA Professor Teams Up With SBDC to Help Clean Up Explosives

  • Posted by Ashley Panter
  • On March 12, 2019
Mining, construction, the oil industry and other civil uses account for about 90 percent of the explosives manufactured globally. The defense industry uses about 10 percent. All have a similar need: to eliminate the threat of explosive byproducts and those no longer in use. UGA geology Professor Valentine Nzengung helps bases eliminate these threats using a […]
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Taking Advantage of Today’s Interest Rates

  • Posted by Marketing Intern
  • On February 23, 2015
Is now the time to refinance business debt? Is now the time to get a new loan for your business? In today’s low interest rate environment, many business owners are tempted to try to refinance existing debt or obtain a new loan to take advantage of historically low interest rates. Some owners are seriously looking […]
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Steps to Effectively Using Financial Ratios

  • Posted by Marketing Intern
  • On February 9, 2015
Business owners are intently interested in how well their business is doing. The most likely way to determine the status of a business is by analyzing the financial data and that means crunching the numbers. How one “crunches” the numbers can lead to completely different conclusions about the performance of a company. The basics of […]
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Common Mistakes Made When Applying for a Business Loan

  • Posted by Marketing Intern
  • On February 9, 2015
Getting a small business loan can be quite a challenge. Even though there is no magical formula for obtaining capital from a lending source, there are a few things one may wish to avoid in order to improve the chances of getting that needed money to start, maintain, or grow a small business. Waiting Until the […]
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