So, you aren’t that web-media savvy–but you know a guy who knows a guy.  Or maybe, a vendor built your website for you at no cost because you are such a great customer.  You even may have invested in building a custom site made for…

Far too many small business owners confuse their enterprise with themselves, thinking, “I AM the business.” While that belief may motivate the owners to get through the long days while building a business, it may also prevent them from recognizing the value of said business independent of their own, continuous work.…

Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center (GTPAC) just released a summary analysis of a major new rule change by the SBA regarding small business government contracting. The new rules are designed to improve participation by small businesses in government contracts by providing that Teaming and joint venture arrangements exceed size only when one…

Let’s say you are doing business in South Carolina and things are going so well, you decide to do one of the following: expand to Georgia; buy a Georgia business; move your business to Georgia. STOP. Those are all terrific ideas, but before you do any…

Today’s entry in the SouthernBizLaw Blawg is a video I produced for a new site called, LifeForth.com. LifeForth.com hosts free information for people transitioning from lifelong careers who are looking to do something different. So, without further delay, I give you my video on getting the…

Today’s entry in the SouthernBizLaw Blawg is a video I produced for a new site called, LifeForth.com. LifeForth.com hosts free information for people transitioning from lifelong careers who are looking to do something different. So, without further delay, I give you my video on getting the…

Having now worked with many hundreds of people founding new small businesses and start-ups and met hundreds more founders of start-ups, I have gained a few distinctions in my understanding of the difference in the two populations. If you Google “entrepreneur or buy a job,”…

Four years ago, the Small Business Adminstration (SBA) implemented the Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) Federal Contracting Program with the goal of awarding 5% of every federal department’s prime contracts budget to qualifying WOSBs in industries women are underrepresented or substantially underrepresented. In 2015, the SBA claims its program finally reached…