2019 QuickBooks Online – April

  • Posted by Cheryl Greenerl
  • On April 26, 2019
Thursday, April 2, 2019 – Join us from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for this course if you’re ready to start using QuickBooks Online. Classes held at UGA SBDC at Clayton State University East Campus, Arbor Hall 5826 Trammell Road Morrow, GA 30260 If you’ve never used QuickBooks Online, or just want to refresh your […]
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Sound Business Planning Produces Runaway Sales In Global Markets

  • Posted by Ashley Panter
  • On April 22, 2019
Roswell equipment makers Andal and Balu Balasubramanian are feeding the foodie revolution now raging from coffee shops to craft breweries: an explosion of bean-to-bar dark chocolates. And their equipment empowers chocolate makers to control the process every step along the way, from the single origin, ethically traded cocoa bean to the final chocolate bar.   […]
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Updated Financials, Better Data Land Loan for Valdosta Wake Compound

  • Posted by Sara Bertolini
  • On July 30, 2018
Valdosta State University students Luke Tilt and Quinn Silvernale competed together on the university’s wake boarding team. Tilt was required for his business class to develop a plan for an imaginary new company. So he wrote a plan modeled after the cable parks they had visited in Europe and Florida. Wake boarding, for the uninitiated, […]
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Financial Figures You Should Monitor

  • Posted by Ashley Panter
  • On July 24, 2018
As a business consultant, I get to help people grow their businesses. The first meeting I have with clients typically starts with them telling me about their business. I watch them light up as they talk about their mission and vision and how far they have come. When I shift the conversation over to their […]
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Lending and Marketing Assistance Help Put Augusta Meat Market on the Map

  • Posted by Sara Bertolini
  • On April 6, 2018
Meat markets and butcher shops nationwide are losing more and more customers to competition from traditional grocery stores, super centers and nontraditional food retailers like Target. But don’t tell Wayne Lanier’s customers in Augusta. They wouldn’t believe it. In fact, they know if you don’t get to Lanier’s Meat Market early enough, you’ll have to […]
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Cloud Accounting for Small Business

  • Posted by Liz Overstreet
  • On April 14, 2017
As a retired accountant, I have heard possibly every reason from small business owners over the years for not having an accounting program to monitor the state of their business.  The reasons ranged from the cost of a program, do not know how to use it, time to use it, and too many more to […]
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Strategic Planning Leads to Improved Systems that Help Americus Business Expand in the Region

  • Posted by Marketing Intern
  • On May 22, 2015
Sisters Eshonda Blue and Jessica Wright of Americus, both registered nurses, were raised in an entrepreneurial family. So when their work in nursing homes a decade ago revealed a need faced by many southwest Georgia seniors, they saw a business opportunity that led them to the University of Georgia SBDC. [tweetthis display_mode=”box”]See how this #smallbiz […]
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