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The Silver City Small Business Development Center has agreed to send weekly columns to the Beat. We’re starting with ones that have already been published in the Daily Press.

The opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Grant County Beat.

What you Cannot Afford to Forget when Pricing Your Products

When it comes to finding the right price for your product or service, there is no formula and no single correct answer. Even within the same industry, what works for one company won't necessarily work-- Continue reading

How to Forecast Sales

By Tim Berry

Sales forecasting is much easier than you think, and much more useful than you imagine. It's not about guessing the future correctly. We're human; we don't do that well. Instead, it's abo-- Continue reading

Liability, Strategy Concerns Help Business Owners Pick Structure

LLC? Corporation? Simple partnership? Which is best? The business structure you choose will have legal and tax implications. Learn about the different types of business structures and find the one bes-- Continue reading

A Business Plan Is Your Road Map

Darrell V. Arne
Consultant and Workshop Presenter for Technology Ventures Corporation

Running a business without a management plan is like embarking on a long road trip without a map: You might reach y-- Continue reading

New Year, New Business Plan

By Mike Mykris, Director, Ret., Santa Fe SBDC

Writing a business plan is a daunting process to many entrepreneurs, but one that will help find financing and keep a new or existing business on budget a-- Continue reading

What? You don't have a business plan? Jan. 5, 2015

Perhaps more than watching television and using a knife and fork to eat, thinking ahead is a defining trait of being human. We wake up and we plan our day; take a shower, eat breakfast, hurtle our car-- Continue reading

Why Write a Business Plan?

By SBDC Staff

A business plan is a written document that describes in detail how you intend to successfully operate your new business, or projects the effects of a business expansion over a period of-- Continue reading

A Common Stumbling Block: The Writing Process

By SBDC Staff

Your desk is covered with pieces of information that you want to put into your business plan. You've had your coffee. Your phone is off the hook. But you spend the next fifteen minutes s-- Continue reading

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