Small Business Resource Center
Getting Started With Your Small Business
When first starting your own business, time is precious and resources are limited. As a small, local business, we wanted to provide helpful resources for our clients and colleagues on the North Shore of MA and beyond.
No Budget For Marketing?
Overwhelmed wih starting a new business and marketing it as well? Even after 30 years in business, we find ourselves trying to keep up with all you need to do to market effectively. To make life a little easier for you, here is a link to some marketing tools we use and love.
Helping the community helps your business, at least it has for us. If you’re looking to get involved, we’d love to have you.
Follow this link to see how you can add another sense of purpose to your business and life.
In Need of Some Help?
Lots of new business owners seek the help and advice of successful mentors.
Here’s a list of small business websites and programs that can help guide you on your way.
Need some help getting started? We’re here for you.
Calendar of Events
There are lots of events happening on the North Shore of MA. Peabody, MA has a very active Chamber of Commerce right along side Beverly, Salem, and Merrimack Valley. Sometimes it’s hard to find them so we’ve done our best to compile a list of the upcoming events for professionals in Peabody, Danvers, Beverly, Salem, Boston, and beyond.
Up and Coming Professionals
While there are many established, successful businesses on the North Shore, there’s always room for newcomers. The Next Gen Network is a platform for professionals who are looking to grow their business network and community involvement.
On the Blog:
When you’re getting ready to leave your home, it’s important you take a few precautions to ensure things run smoothly. Here’s a checklist to help you prepare so you can enjoy your time away, worry-free. Take Photos Instead of copying all your important items, use your...read more
Although most cyberattacks you see in the media target big businesses, small businesses are the principal target of hackers - not huge conglomerates. Cyberattacks are a serious problem and every small business owner needs to take them seriously, particularly since the...read more
Dwelling fire policies differ from homeowner’s policies in a few ways. The coverage is not as comprehensive as your homeowner’s because you don’t live in that property, so technically you have less to protect in the eyes of the insurer. Anyone who owns an income property knows that isn’t necessarily true, because if anything were to happen, that’s money out of their pocket.read more