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Michael Barry
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Michael Barry is the Editor-In-Chief at AgeOfTheSmallBusiness.com. Currently living in Boston, Massachusetts, he received his B.A. in Financial Economics from St. Anselm College and his MFA in Creative Writing from the Stonecoast Program at the University of Southern Maine.

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How to Write a Business Plan: Part 8 – Financial Projections

The business plan boot camp will consist of nine parts in total, each tackling a portion of the plan and the basics of how to handle its successful creation as

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How to Write a Business Plan: Part 7 – Funding Request

The business plan boot camp will consist of nine parts in total, each tackling a portion of the plan and the basics of how to handle its successful creation as

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How to Write a Business Plan: Part 6 – Marketing Strategy

The business plan boot camp will consist of nine parts in total, each tackling a portion of the plan and the basics of how to handle its successful creation as

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How to Write a Business Plan: Part 5 – Product and Sales

The business plan boot camp will consist of nine parts in total, each tackling a portion of the plan and the basics of how to handle its successful creation as

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How to Write a Business Plan: Part 4 – Organization and Management

The business plan boot camp will consist of nine parts in total, each tackling a portion of the plan and the basics of how to handle its successful creation as

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How to Write a Business Plan: Part 3 – Market Analysis

The business plan boot camp will consist of nine parts in total, each tackling a portion of the plan and the basics of how to handle its successful creation as

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How to Write a Business Plan: Part 2 – Company Description

The business plan boot camp will consist of nine parts in total, each tackling a portion of the plan and the basics of how to handle its successful creation as

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Ways Employers Can Make Unpaid Internships Worthwhile

Unpaid interns may often feel exploited. Sure they’re getting experience, credit, their foot in the door or whatever other higher education cliches are in vogue. And even as cliches, these