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Tutt Library Research Guides
-starting a business, finances, management
Small Business Administration (Federal)
Contains information on starting and financing small business, business opportunities in various industries, offices and services in different states, and learning materials.
from starting a new business to investing;
for business owners – employees, expanding taxes, statistics, etc.
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
all Federal programs, some supporting small business innovation and start-up. Click on Search for Assistance Programs, then select "By Beneficiary," and finally select "Beneficiary type is 34-Small Business."
Colorado Small Business Resources
Note - Company Information, Industry Research, and Market Research pages on this Economics Subject guide are also relevant to entrepreneurship and small business.
SCORE for Colorado Springs
- is an all-volunteer, non-profit group of local business people who help you start up a business or to make your existing small business more successful.
Services include free and confidential business mentoring, workshops and resources tailored to meet the needs of small businesses.
<> 559 E. Pikes Peak Ave, Suite 100,Colorado Springs, CO 80903
<> Phone 719-636-3074
Regional business news
Regional business publications covering all metropolitan and rural areas in the U.S. Coverage: 1985 - current
SB Learning Center
The SBA offers a variety of online courses to help you start and run your business.
Profit and Loss
Learn to calculate profit and loss (P&L) considering all costs, including your hidden expenses. Find out how to customize a P&L spreadsheet to fit your business.
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