How You Can Protect Your Business in a Disaster

Disasters and emergency situations are not glamorous things to prepare for when running a business. You may feel the urge to put off planning for disasters because you don’t feel an immediate need and your work day is busy, but it is vital to spend the time to plan in order to protect your business in a disaster.

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Signs You Might Want to Refinance Right Now

Loans are a common way for businesses to acquire capital, but some loans are more affordable than others. Whether your small business is doing well or in need of more capital, refinancing your loan is an option to consider. Keep reading for a few signs that you might want to refinance.

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How to Get Certified as a Minority-Owned Business

As a small business owner, you want to take advantage of any opportunity to level out the playing field of competition. Minority-owned small businesses programs designed to help get equal opportunities. Our content partner Nav explains this certificate, why you should certify, and how to do it.

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Introducing Pacific Community Ventures

Small businesses that get ongoing business advice are more likely to sustainably manage or grow their business and achieve long-term success. That’s why Opportunity Fund has joined with Pacific Community Ventures to provide you with free business advising through Pacific Community Venture’s BusinessAdvising.org program.

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