New Business Development

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#1 For a quick start visit your local library.  They have many resources from business databases to seminars and presentation opportunities. The next place to visit is your local chamber of commerce. They can provide access to the local community events that involve families. Finally, visit your local bank and let the banker know that you are in  business.
Matthew Maginley
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We provide help to business owners who desire to get to the next level with their business. Bringing over 20 years of corporate Fortune 500 ad agency experience and "street smarts" from working with entrepreneurs and local business owners.

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