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Kedma Ough

Kedma Ough
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Kedma Ough, MBA is the author of Target Funding: A Proven System to Get the Money and Resources You Need to Start or Grow Your Business. One of today’s most respected authorities on small business funding and entrepreneurship, she is a nationally renowned business coach and funding expert and winner of the Small Business Administration (SBA) Small Business Champion of the Year Award. As a small business consultant and educator, she has guided more than 10,000 individuals through a wide range of business advising and is a past contributing writer for Entrepreneur Magazine. When she is not running around as a live superhero, she enjoys time with her family and traveling the world. Ough is a proud fifth-generation entrepreneur.
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Why So Many Startups and Small Businesses are Shut Out of the Funding Game

Excerpted from “Target Funding: A Proven System to Get the Money and Resources You Need to Start or Grow Your Business", p.15-19 (McGraw-Hill July...
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Google’s New Changes for Nofollow Links: What it Means for You

Since its inception in 2005, the nofollow attribute has remained unchanged. It's used by webmasters to denote links that search engines shouldn't follow or...
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5 Questions to Ask Yourself at the Start of a Content Marketing Campaign

Content marketing is thriving right now, with more than half of all online businesses making it a top priority for inbound marketing. Content helps...
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The State of Small Business Optimism and What That Means for Overall Economic Health...

On today’s show, we’re pleased to welcome back Tom Sullivan, Vice President of Small Business Policy at the U.S. Chamber to discuss the key...
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Starting and Growing a Business at an Older Age

Starting a business always provides a great opportunity for young entrepreneurs to flourish. However, not all entrepreneurs necessarily have to be young to reap...
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How Adding This Unique Service to Your Benefits Plan Can Help Attract and Retain...

  In today's tight and highly competitive job market, it's more important than ever for your business to offer new recruits and existing employees unique...
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