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The Small Business Voice: October 2018

The Small Business Voice; October 2018
Brenda’s Letter
Making Bigger Plans For the New Year

As we near the end of the year, we think about “big” plans for the following year. With the business experts of the NJSBDC network, exciting developments are on the horizon for 2019.
Whether it’s international trade, e-business, technology commercialization, procurement opportunities, sustainability practices or the regular abc’s of business planning, cash flow analysis, strategic pricing, marketing strategies, and more, AMERICA’S SBDC NEW JERSEY is here to support small business owners and entrepreneurs in all 21 counties.
Of particular importance is that segment of “established/existing businesses” that have sales of $1 million or more and/or have 10 or more employees. NJSBDC has a program aimed at that business market’s growth. The B-GAP initiative provides the guidance and resources to achieve those successes also
Whether it’s the entrepreneur who has this great idea for a business, or an existing business in various stages of operation, the NJSBDC network is here to assist and serve you. So, take advantage of the diverse sources of knowledge, management consulting and comprehensive support we can provide you.
In 2019, we anticipate bigger things for bigger ideas and businesses!

Brenda B. Hopper is the Chief Executive Officer and State Director of America’s Small Business Development Centers — New Jersey Network.

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