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Founders Story Sum Bar
Business Lessons Learned from Sum Bar's Success

Khailing Neoh, the founder of Sum Bar, a unique Dim Sum restaurant and bar in Greenville, South Carolina, shares her entrepreneurial journey and the lessons learned from establishing a culturally rich dining experience.

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Is a Food Truck Business Right for You?

Chances are you're interested in starting a food truck business because friends and family love your food, and you're passionate about preparing it. However, succeeding in the food truck business requires more than just great food at competitive prices.

Starting a food truck business requires careful planning, preparation and hustle. It's about more than just the food; owning and operating a food truck can be stressful and time-consuming, requiring financial and operational management skills and good business sense.

Food trucks are a significant and growing $2.2 billion industry segment

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7 Ways to Support Black-Owned Businesses

Explore effective strategies for supporting Black-owned businesses, including increasing visibility, direct engagement, partnerships and advocacy for equity to foster innovation and diversity in the business world.

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Personal Financial Statement Template

A personal financial statement (PFS) is a snapshot of your financial position at a specific time. It lists your assets (what you own), liabilities (what you owe), and net worth. A PFS is essential for entrepreneurs looking to buy a business, get a loan, rent an office or storefront and more.

The 6 C's of Business Credit

Master business financing with the "Six C’s" of credit! Discover how lenders assess your application and boost your approval chances.

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How to Sell a Franchise Business

Explore expert strategies for selling your franchise business. Learn about setting the right price, navigating franchise agreement restrictions, and effectively negotiating deals for a successful sale.


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