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3 Tips to Help Navigate Your Business Through Tough Economic Times

Recent developments with COVID-19 have caused uncertainty for many businesses. But during this tough economic time, are you doing all you can to help your business thrive? Consider implementing the following items into your business strategy as you navigate these tough economic times. 1. Focus on your current customers and clients. According to a 2018 Forbes article…

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Fuzzy Math of SBA Goals

The Small Business Administration (SBA) is again under fire for how the determine the success of agency small business programs. SBA has claimed victory in achieving the 23% goal given…

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Lessons from Paddleboarding

The water, the oar, the board… waves or calm, it’s peaceful. Good thinking time while exploring the nuances of the lake. Looking outside with snow dusting the ground, paddleboarding in Lake…

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Fuzzy Metrics are Crap

When the SBA size guidelines come out, we pay attention. We look at agencies grade poorly as targets with the thought they might want to increase their scores. We look…

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Let’s Get Physical

Team JetCo works hard, with frequent unpredictable hours due to solicitation deadlines. As a result, we have to be particularly committed and creative to fit fitness into our lives. The…

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WOSB Federal Contract Program

Today is a big day for women owned small businesses (WOSB) pursuing federal contracts. October 14, 2015 is the effective date for an expansion of the WOSB Federal Contract Program.…

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WOSB Federal Contract Program

On September 11, 2015, the SBA issued a final rule authorizing federal agencies to award sole source contracts to eligible women-owned small businesses (WOSB) under the WOSB Federal Contract Program.…

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