Five County Economic Development District Revolving Loan Fund

August 31st, 2012

The Five County Economic Development District Revolving Loan Fund is managed by Gary Zabriskie, Director of Community & Economic Development at the Five County Association of Governments.

Mr. Zabriskie has been with the Association for 23 years.  He is an Economic Development Finance Professional certified by the National Development Council.  He received a Bachelors Degree in Urban Planning from the University of Utah in 1991.

Choosing the Right Structure for a Startup

April 30th, 2012

One of the first decisions an entrepreneur must make is how to legally structure the new business…Click here for the rest!

How to Get Funding From Friends and Family

April 2nd, 2012

Most entreprenuers have learned that it’s almost always quicker and easier to get cash from someone you know, rather than angel investors or professional investors (VCs). In fact, most investors “require” that you already have some investment from friends and family before they will even step up to the plate. Click here for the article.

The Right Financing

February 6th, 2012

  The  The Right Financing will determine how quickly a business will grow, and sometimes whether or not the doors will open another day. But many business owners don’t understand the types of capital that best fit their business, or how to pursue it.

Six Personality Traits Every Small-Business Owner Should Have

January 30th, 2012

Every small business is different. But a large scale study by the Guardian Life Small Business Research Institute found that there were certain traits that stood out among the most successful ventures. Read the rest..click here

Small Marketing Changes With a Big Impact

January 23rd, 2012

Small changes to your marketing mix can have a big impact–especially if you tap the wealth of low-cost tools available to you online. Follow the link for seven small marketing changes that you can make now to boost your sales in 2011. Click here

Starting a Part-Time Vs. Full-Time Business

January 16th, 2012

Even if you ultimately plan to run your business full-time, starting on a part-time basis can offer several advantages. It reduces your risk because you can rely on income and benefits from your full-time job. It also allows your business to grow more gradually. Click here for the rest!

10 Things to Do Before You Start Your Start-Up

December 26th, 2011

Is your great idea really good enough? Find out before you launch a company. Click here for the rest of the article.

Strike a Bargain- Negotiate to Modify a Loan

November 28th, 2011

Strike a Bargain- Negotiate to Modify a Loan…Read how!

Tips for creating a sellable company

November 21st, 2011

John Warrillow, author of Built To Sell, says only one out of 100 business owners are able to successfully sell their companies each year, meaning they’d have better odds of striking a payday at the rack track. Read the article


SEO Powered by Platinum SEO from Techblissonline