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Guest contributor Caroline Melville runs her own virtual assistant business, Virtually Sorted, which provides flexible, professional support to small businesses throughout the UK. She also runs the Society of Virtual Assistants, a UK resource for one of the fastest-growing industries in the UK. Caroline lives the virtual lifestyle herself, working between Glasgow and London and [...]

by Jill Foster on March 18, 2009

Best Time to Start-up (now): Tips on Business Plans & Power Relationships No Matter What the Economy

by Jill Foster on March 18, 2009

Guest post by Kathy Jensen, president of Capture Consulting Group. Kathy has worked over 15 years in the IT industry for software start-ups and Fortune 500 companies (serving both public and private sectors). Her involvement in vertical markets like telecommunications, healthcare, and Internet security has shaped how she helps businesses reach solutions and their best [...]

by Jill Foster on February 17, 2009

How Surviving Wall Street (& a car accident) Led to Business Ownership

by Jill Foster on February 17, 2009

Guest post by Maria Marsala, founder of Elevating Your Business. She’s a former Fortune 500 executive and now a strategic coach/consultant, author, and speaker. Maria started business as an Avon representative (at age 14) and later launched her Wall Street career (age 17). Maria’s keen business insights led her to becoming a bond trader at [...]