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General Business News & Links

See also: Small Business Resources

Ebsco Small Business Reference Center logoSmall Business Reference Center - Small Business Reference Center offers a wide variety of information on small business and entrepreneurial subject areas, common business types, a help and advice section, and provides information on how to create business plans that lead to successful funding. Includes a user-friendly interface, hundreds of full-text periodicals, reference books & business videos, state-specific resources, and more.

EbscoHost Business Source PremierEBSCOHost Business Source Elite: Full-text coverage for nearly 1,100 business periodicals, ranging from general magazines to trade publications and top management journals. This resource contains expanded PDF backfiles for more than 150 titles (back to 1985 or the first issue published for that journal). Enter your name, library card barcode number, and PIN to get started if you're logging on at home or office.

Regional Business NewsEBSCOHost Regional Business News: A supplemental database for Business Source Elite. With daily updates, Regional Business News provides comprehensive full text for regional U.S. and Canadian business publications (including titles from Crain Communications). Regional Business News has full text for nearly 100 sources. You'll need to enter your name, library card barcode number, and PIN to get started if you're logging on at home or office.

Reference USA Business Directory: login through JerseyClicks Reference USA Business Directory: Detailed, current directory information on more than 12 million U.S. Businesses, 102 million U.S. residents, 683,000 U.S. healthcare providers, 1 million Canadian businesses and 11 million Canadian residents. Reference USA is available only through JerseyClicks; you'll need to enter your library card barcode number to begin.

Business USA business.usa.gov - The small business section of USA.gov provides links to official government information for business. It includes information on starting & financing a business, business taxes & incentives, importing & exporting, federal government contracting, starting a non-profit organization, and state business tools, services, & programs. (USA.gov)

FTC Burea of Consumer Protection: Business Center business.ftc.gov Your Link to the Law - Information for businesses on preventing fraud and complying with consumer laws & regulations. Covers topics such as advertising, credit, e-commerce, health, privacy, and more. (Federal Trade Commission)

Business Communications - See Business Writing and Public Speaking.

Business Presentations - See Public Speaking, below.

Business Etiquette Advice - Short articles on correct behavior in business settings, covering Ethics, Dress & Grooming, Introductions, Social Media, Meetings, Job Applications, Co-Workers & Bosses, Socializing, Travel, Communications and more. (Emily Post).

Business Research Assistant - An interactive, easy-to-use directory of the best business information sources, including reference books, free Web sites, and subscription databases (University of Vermont). Rutgers University's Subject Research Guide: Business lists resources on a variety of business and management topics, with descriptions of databases and hundreds of reference books in the collections of the Rutgers Libraries. Includes links to thousands of selected business and management-related Internet resources. Global Edge™ [CAUTION: This site includes links to Wikipedia articles] offers a wealth of information, insights, and learning resources on global business activities: industry profiles, country profiles, state profiles (for all 50 U.S. states including N.J.), global trade blocs, business statistics, diagnostic tools, and more (Michigan State University). Newark Public Library Business Web Guide provides links to online resources on Companies, Finance & Investing, International Business, Small Business, and other business-related topics. For additional resources on researching companies or industries, see the Research a Company section on our Jobs page.

Business Travel - See International Business links, below.

Business Writing - Guidelines for writing effective business letters, with samples of letters covering differerent specific situations, along with guides for writing business memos, emails, resumes, and more (Colorado State University). See also Business Letters (University of North Carolina). Business Writer's Free Library offers practical advice on a broad range of business writing skills, including compostion, formatting, proofreading, correspondence, and more. Part of the MAP Management Library (Authenticity Consulting, LLC.). See also Public Speaking, below.

Cross-Cultural Communication - See Cultural Savvy, below.

Disabilities in the Workplace - See Disabilities in the Workplace, below.

Disaster Planning for the Workplace - Ready Rating™, a free service from the American Red Cross, helps businesses and other organizations become prepared for disasters and other emergencies. 'All in one place, Ready Rating members have access to one-of-a-kind tools, resources and information for evaluating and improving their ability to withstand disaster, maintain operations, and protect lives and property. Whether you are taking your first steps or have a fully-functioning emergency management program, the Ready Rating program can help you achieve a higher level of preparedness.' Registration is required. See also NJ Business Disaster Recovery & Preparedness, Small Business Emergency Preparedness & Disaster Assistance (U.S. Small Business Association), and Ready.gov: Business (U.S. Department of Homeland Security). If you are struck by a natural disaster, DisasterAssistance.gov is the official U.S. government website that provides information and services to access and apply for disaster assistance. Our Webfinder: Disasters on Wordpress offers disaster resources for individuals and families.

Diversity in the Workplace - See Diversity & Business, below.

Environment: EPA for Small Businesses - Resources to assist small and socio-economically disadvantaged businesses with business, regulatory, and environmental compliance. See also EPA Regulatory Information by Business Sector (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency), N.J. Department of Environmental Protection's Online Business Portal, and Green Business Network and related links, below.

Glossary of Financial and Business Terms - Thousands of short definitions, with links to related terms. By Duke University professor Campbell R. Harvey. (Site includes advertisements)

Government Loans - A gateway to Federal loan information including business loans, education loans, disaster relief loans, and more. Grants.gov is 'THE single access point for over 1000 grant programs offered by the 26 Federal grant-making agencies,' including small business grants (U.S. government websites). See also Business Loans, below.

Green Workplaces - See Environment: EPA for Small Businesses, above. See also Green Business Network and related links, below.

Marketing: Know This - An online library of articles and tutorials on all aspects of marketing. (Edited by Paul Christ, Professor Emeritus of Marketing, West Chester University.)

Product Safety - The Consumer Product Safety Commission's (CPSC) Business Portal is the online home for businesses to interact with CPSC. Through the portal, you can review and comment on consumer product safety reports submitted to SaferProducts.gov and report potentially unsafe products to CPSC.

Public Speaking: 10 Helpful Online Resources for Improving Public Speaking Skills - 'Public speaking ranks as one of the top phobias for Americans; however it is one of the most essential skills for grad students to master... This article recommends ten articles, videos, and podcasts that provide tips and advice to help you reduce your anxiety and become a better presenter.' (2013, University of Notre Dame). Toastmasters International offers brief tips on giving effective Sales Pitches and many other helpful Public Speaking Resources.

SIC Code Search - Enter a keyword or keywords to locate the SIC (Standard Industrial Classification) code for any industry.

Think Beyond the Label - See Disabilities in the Workplace, above.

Thomas Register Online [NOTE: Free registration required for full access] - A searchable directory of over 500,000 Commercial and Industrial Suppliers, including OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers), Custom Manufacturers, Service Companies, and Distributors.

Local & State Business Resources
(South Plainfield / Middlesex County / New Jersey)

See also:
Small Business Resources

South Plainfield Business Association - Local association to promote the development of local businesses in the borough. Includes member directory.

East Brunswick Public Library Business Resource Connection - 'Connects small business, entrepeneurs, and jobseekers within Middlesex County to vital resources, training, and networking opportunities to help them grow and thrive.'

NJ state seal N.J. Business Portal - An excellent starting point for finding out about starting, relocating, or maintaining a business in the Garden State, as well as how to do business with the state government (State of New Jersey).

Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce - Seeks to 'provide opportunities for business growth and prosperity, offer quality service to its members, and serve as the resource leader for business to business referrals.'.

NJ state seal N.J. Business Financing & Incentives - Information about a wide range of business financing and incentive programs, such as Clean & Renewable Energy, Culture & Arts Grants, Environmental & Urban Redevelopment, Job Creation & Retention Incentives, Manufacturing, Non-Profit Organizations, Real Estate, Small to Mid-Size Businesses, and Technology & Life Sciences. The New Jersey Economic Development Authority is 'an independent state agency that serves as New Jersey's ''bank for business'' by financing small and mid-sized businesses and administering tax incentives to retain and grow jobs and revitalize communities.'

NJ state seal N.J. Business Gateway Registry Services - 'One-Stop Shopping' site offers a single point of entry for business registration and for filing and paying gross income tax withheld and other payroll taxes. Businesses or individuals contracting to provide goods or services to local governments in New Jersey must comply with registration requirements outlined under N.J. Business Registration Requirements. You may Get Registered Online for a Business Registration Certificate (N.J. Division of Revenue). See also N.J. Local Agency Procurement Laws for additional information (N.J. Department of Community Affairs). See also Government Contracts, below.

NJ state seal New Jersey Civil Service Commission: Laws Prohibiting Discrimination - A brief review of state and federal laws that prohibit various types of discrimination.

NJ state seal N.J. Department of Labor and Workforce Development - Information on labor law, benefits, disabilities, safety, and other information useful to both employers and workers. (State of New Jersey)

N.J. Small Business Development Centers - Information about regional business development offices offering a wide variety of services designed to help businesses expand, relocate, or retain jobs in the State. (SBA / Rutgers)

Computers, Technology, & E-Business

See also:

Build a Killer Small Business Website - Basic dos & don'ts for making your website 'the best marketing tool you have' (Inc.com). See Inc.com: Website Design for new, related articles.

Cyber Security (BBB) - Valuable tools, tips, and content to help small- & medium-sized businesses manage cyber risks and learn about cybersecurity best practices in the modern business environment (Better Business Bureau). See also Data Privacy for Small Businesses (Better Business Bureau), Small Business Cybersecurity Corner (2019, National Institute of Standards and Technology), Small Business Computer Security Basics (2017, FTC), Protecting Small Businesses (2017, Federal Trade Commission), Cybersecurity Resources for Small Businesses (2011 - 2020, Federal Communications Commission), CyberSecure My Business (National Cyber Security Alliance), Cyber Security Resources for Small and Midsize Businesses (SMB) (US-CERT, Department of Homeland Security), and Data Breach Response: A Guide for Business (2019, Federal Trade Commission).

Data Security - See Cyber Security, above.

E-Commerce Times - Current news and analysis about the electronic commerce industry (Formerly All E-Commerce).

Electronic Commerce Research Guide - Links to 'sites with resources to aid the would-be online marketer: steps for doing business on the Internet (e.g. Website hosting, Webpage design); search engine optimization; data about Internet users; and tools to support electronic commerce (e.g. payment mechanisms, security technologies, digital-rights management). A new section covers the increasingly important social media tools and technologies.' Use the tabs to navigate. (Rutgers University).

E-Mail - See Business Writing, above.

HP LIFE e-Learning - 'HP Learning Initiative for Entrepreneurs (HP LIFE) is a global program that trains students, entrepreneurs, and small business owners like you to apply IT and business skills, so you can establish and grow a business, build successful companies and create jobs.' (Hewlett-Packard) [NOTE: Free registration or social media sign-in required.]

Online Safety - See Cyber Security, above.

Small Business Computing - Tech news & trends, how-to guides, product reviews, eBook library, and more (IT Business Edge Network). [NOTE: Free registration is required for full access.]

Stay Safe Online - See Cyber Security, above.

TechSoup - 'A comprehensive source of technology information just for nonprofit organizations,' but also useful for small businesses. Includes free downloads and other tools. (Non-profit organization)

ZDNet - '24/7 news coverage and analysis on the trends, technologies and opportunities that matter to IT professionals and decision makers.' Includes a Small Business section. (A CBS Interactive site)

Economic & Demographic Data

Bureau of Labor Statistics - A wide assortment of economic data from the U.S. government; arranged by subject.

Consumer Price Indexes Home Page - Monthly data on changes in the prices of goods and services. Use the Inflation Calculator to find out what your weekly salary would be worth in 1940 dollars!

Federal Reserve Bulletin Articles - 'These articles report and analyze economic developments, discuss bank regulatory issues, and present new data.' Archives go back to 1996.

Federal Reserve Economic Data (FRED) - U.S. economic and financial data from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.

Monthly Labor Review - Data, analysis, and research from the Bureau of Labor Statistics in a wide variety of fields, including the labor force, the economy, employment, inflation, productivity, occupational injuries, wages, prices, and more. Archives go back to 1980, with a few earlier years included; you can also search by subject. Articles are in PDF format.

Moody's Economic Indicators - Links to a wide range of daily economic indicator releases in the U.S. and abroad, including price indexes, stock market indexes, housing starts & prices, employment, government expenditures & revenues, and many more.

U.S. Census Bureau - Official source of statistics on U.S. population and demographics, as well as economic data. The last full census was taken in 2010. Use data.census.gov to access Census Bureau data. [NOTE: American FactFinder was retired in 2019.]

Intellectual Property

Invention Promotion Firms - Advice on dealing with invention promotion firms and avoiding unscrupulous promoters; includes links to related resources. (2011, Federal Trade Commission)

Inventor Handbook - Answers to 'the independent inventor's and aspiring entrepreneur's most frequently asked questions... on the patenting and commercialization processes.' (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Inventors Digest - Magazine with articles about how to protect and market your inventions.

U.S. Copyright Office - The place to register and protect your 'original works of authorship, including literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, and certain other intellectual works.' Also covers copyright basics, FAQ, and related information.

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office - All kinds of information on U.S. patents and trademarks, with options for online filing of patent or trademark applications, as well as printable forms, and a collection of helpful Resources for Inventors & Entrepreneurs VIDEO (including an Inventors Assistance Center). U.S. PTO Patent Search offers a full-text and image database of U.S. patents and published applications, searchable by patent title, number, inventor name, application date, or other terms. See also Google Patent Search. Introduction to the Patent System VIDEO explains 'what patents are, why they are needed, how inventors get them, the role of the Patent and Trademark Office, and why disputes over patents arise.' Though it was created for jurors in patent jury trials, this video should be useful to anyone who wants to understand the basics of patent law (2013, Federal Judicial Center; hosted on YouTube).

Money Management & Personal Finance

See Money Management & Personal Finance Webfinder and related resources.

International Business

Country & Region Profiles AUDIO VIDEO - Brief profiles provide background on the history, politics and economics of countries and territories (British Broadcasting System). For more information on countries and regions, see World Factbook (U.S. Central Intelligence Agency; updated bi-weekly), Countries A - Z (U.S. State Department; frequently updated), and Global Edge, below.

Cultural Savvy - Useful tips for communicating with people of different cultures, particularly Asian cultures (by a cross-cultural training consultant). In Minding Our Manners Internationally, international students write about traditional good manners and changing manners (including a separate discussion on table manners) in their countries (1997-2007, TOPICS Online Magazine).

Export.gov - 'Trusted market intelligence, practical advice and business tools to help U.S. companies expand in global markets.' (U.S. Department of Commerce et al.)

Global Edge™ - A wealth of information, insights, and learning resources on global business activities: industry profiles, country profiles, state profiles, business statistics, diagnostic tools, and more. (Michigan State University)

JuriGlobe - A multilingual online data bank containing general information about the different legal systems in the world, the different official languages, and important international commercial conventions, as well as other multilateral commercial tools. Covers civil law, common law, Muslim law, customary law, and mixed systems. (University of Ottawa)

World Bank: Doing Business - Statistics on the time and costs involved in starting and running a business in 175 countries around the world, plus tax rates, laws, and other information. (World Bank)

Small Business Resources

See also:
General Business News & Links
Local & State Business Resources
Computers & E-Business
Diversity & Business

Ebsco Small Business Reference Center logoEBSCOHost Small Business Reference Center - Small Business Reference Center offers a wide variety of information on small business and entrepreneurial subject areas, common business types, a help and advice section, and provides information on how to create business plans that lead to successful funding. Includes a user-friendly interface, hundreds of full-text periodicals, reference books & business videos, state-specific resources, and more.

SBA: Small Business Administration Small Business Administration - Provides financial, technical and management assistance to help Americans start, run, and grow their businesses. The SBA offers free online small business training on starting a business, managing a business, financing, contracting, and more (registration required).

Business USAbusiness.usa.gov - The small business section of USA.gov provides links to official government information for business. It includes information on starting & financing a business, business taxes & incentives, importing & exporting, federal government contracting, starting a non-profit organization, and state business tools, services, & programs. (USA.gov)

Business Loans - The SBA works with lenders, community development organizations, and micro-lending institutions to provide loans to small businesses. This page provides more information, and 'Lender Match' to find lenders that offer loans for your business (U.S. Small Business Administration). See also Microloans & SBA Microloan Program: Find a Lender, and Government Loans, above.

Business Opportunity Scams - 'Looking for a job or to earn extra income? Ever thought about starting your own business? Buying into a business opportunity that makes big claims about what you can earn might sound like the answer.... Learn about your rights and the seller's responsibilities under the FTC's Business Opportunity Rule, and questions to ask that can help you avoid a rip-off.' See also Franchises, Business Opportunities, & Investments (FTC), and Scams and Your Small Business, below.

Business Owner's Idea Cafe - Critical info on starting and running a business, 'served fast, fresh, friendly and for real.' (Francie Marks Ward, founder; now part of the DevStart Network, an online provider of content and tools for the web hosting, website promotion, and domain name registration industries.)

Business Owner's Toolkit - An extensive Small Business Guide to starting, running and growing your business, plus a variety of useful business tools, including downloadable checklists, model business plans, forms and other documents. Also includes a podcast AUDIO. (Formerly CCH Business Owner's Toolkit from Commerce Clearinghouse, now a division of Wolters Kluwer, an international multimedia company)

Business Plans and Profiles Index - This index lists sample business plans and related information for different types of small businesses. Scroll down the page to the alphabetical list of business types; links are provided for the plans which are available online. Also provides selected links to additional helpful small business resources and a bibliography of related books (Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh). Includes many sample business plans from B-Plans (Palo Alto Software, a software developer, publisher & marketer).

Credit: Managing Your Business Credit - Actively managing business credit can help small businesses ensure positive cash flow. This page offers advice on obtaining business credit cards, building business credit, improving business credit scores, and related topics (U.S. Small Business Administration).

Employment Laws for Workers & Small Business - Information about U.S. wage laws, safety & health standards, equal opportunity compliance, and other workplace requirements for employers (U.S. Department of Labor). A related site, Employer.gov, answers common questions about the responsibilities of job creators towards their employees. See also Federal Employment Discrimination & Harassment Laws (U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission), New Jersey and Federal Laws Prohibiting Employment Discrimination (N.J. Civil Service Commission). More information for N.J. employers may be found at N.J. Department of Labor and Workforce Development, above. For information on hiring people with disabilities, see Disabilities in the Workplace: Think Beyond the Label, above. E-Verify is 'a web-based system that allows enrolled employers to confirm the eligibility of their employees to work in the United States' (U.S. Department of Homeland Security).

Entrepreneurship - A collection of resources on topics related to managing and growing a business, including products & services, finance & accounting, human resources, sales & marketing, operations, and more. (Kauffman Foundation)

FormNet [Email registration/login required.] - Templates for hundreds of business forms, templates & contracts, such as marketing & communication plans, packing lists, inventory reports, accounting statements, performance evaluations, bills of sale, office management forms, and much more; you can browse the forms by categories (Entrepreneur.com). For more free legal forms & info, see EBSCOHost Legal Information Reference Center.

Franchise.org - Provides an introduction to franchising, plus a large directory of franchise opportunities, and related resources (International Franchise Association). See also Franchises, Business Opportunities, & Investments (Federal Trade Commission), and Franchise Zone (Entrepreneur Magazine).

Government Contracts - Information for small businesses on obtaining procurement contracts with the Federal Government (U.S. Small Business Administration et al.). SAM.gov: Federal Contract Opportunities is the official U.S. government website for finding, receiving, and managing federal contract awards. N.J. State Contracting offers a database of bidding opportunities, required forms for Goods, Services & Commodities contracts, and other important tools & information about contracting with the State of New Jersey. See also N.J. Business Gateway Registry Services, above.

Government Loans & Grants - See Government Loans, above, and Business Loans, above.

Government Sales - 'Each year the federal government sells billions of dollars of surplus, seized, forfeited and exchange/sale assets. GovSales is a centralized, citizen-centered website that was created to make it easy for people and businesses to locate government assets for sale.' (U.S. General Services Administration)

Green Business Network - Practical advice, resources and contacts to help companies turn social responsibility into business success (formerly Co-op America). The FTC's 2012 Green Guides outline the dos & donts of making environmental claims when marketing your product or service. See also B Corporation, U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce, Environment: EPA for Small Businesses, above, and Diversity & Business, below.

Microloans - See Business Loans, above.

New Jersey Resource Guide for Small Business [Link opens a PDF] - Federal, state and local information & programs designed to help you start and grow a business in N.J. Covers topics like business formation, licensing requirements, business plans, financing and government contracting programs. Additionally, lists resource partners who can provide you with expert business counseling, long-term mentoring and training. (2019; SBA, New Jersey District Office)

Scams and Your Small Business - This guide explains common scams that target small businesses and non-profit organizations, describes scammers' tactics, and provides steps people can take to protect their company from scams (2018, Federal Trade Commission). See also Business Opportunity Scams, above, and Work at Home Business Schemes (2015, Federal Trade Commission).

SCORE - Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) is a nonprofit organization providing free expert counseling, advice, and mentoring services to aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners.

Self Employed & Independent Contractors - Advice and resources for the self-employed and small business owner, from the National Association for the Self-Employed; some resources are available only to members.

Social Responsibility - See Green Business, above, and Diversity & Business, below.

StartUp Nation AUDIO - Articles, podcasts, and other resources to help you start your business, grow your business, or market your invention. (By Rich & Jeff Sloan, authors / entrepreneurs.)

Tax Information: Small Business and Self-Employed Tax Center - Tax forms, publications, and a wealth of information for self-employed and small businesses with assets under $10 million. (Internal Revenue Service)

Diversity & Business

See also:
General Business News & Links
Local & State Business Resources
Computers & E-Business
Small Business Resources

Disabilities in the Workplace: Think Beyond the Label - Expert tools and resources that connect businesses to qualified candidates with disabilities. 'Our goal is simple: to raise awareness that hiring people with disabilities makes good business sense. Employees with disabilities have unique, competitively relevant knowledge and perspectives about work processes, bringing different perspectives to meeting work requirements and goals successfully' (Smart Policy Works; nonprofit organization). See also What Can You Do: Employer Resources (Campaign for Disability Employment). Employment Laws: Disability & Discrimination provides an overview of five important federal laws that protect individuals with disabilities from discrimination in employment and the job application process, plus related resources (U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Disability Employment). Disability Resources for Employers include information on 503 compliance, disability employment benchmarks, best practices, and case studies (National Organization on Disability; nonprofit organization). See A Guide to Interacting with People who Have Disabilities NEW! [Link opens a PDF] for myths and facts about people with disabilities, and tips for appropriate communications and behaviors when interacting with people who have disabilities (2013, Department of Homeland Security Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties). If you are an entrepreneur or potential entrepreneurs with a disability, see People with Disabilities [Link opens a PDF] for links to resources that can help people with disabilities start, grow and manage a small business; expect some broken links (2016, Small Business Administration).

Minority Business Development Agency - MBDA's Business Centers provide expert advice to minority business owners. The MBDA Business Centers nearest to South Plainfield are in New York and Philadelphia. (U.S. Department of Commerce)

Minority Business Entrepreneur UPDATED LINK! - Archive of digital magazine (2011 - 2019) for minority and women business owners.

N.J. Association of Women Business Owners - 'Gives members the opportunity to network with hundreds of other women business owners through Region events across the state and the organization's annual statewide events.' Includes some resource links for women business owners.

National LGBT Chamber of Commerce - NGLCC is 'dedicated to expanding economic opportunities for the LGBT business community. NGLCC is the exclusive third-party certifying body for LGBT Business Enterprises (LGBTBEs).'

Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of NJ - Provides networking and support for members (both Hispanic and non-Hispanic) and serves as an advocate for small business in New Jersey.

U.S. Black Chamber - 'An association of Black Chambers and nationwide small business associations committed to developing and growing Black enterprises.'

We Respect All - Businesses, schools and organizations are invited to take the 'We Respect All' pledge and begin publicly displaying an easily recognizable symbol showing their commitment to respect all. 'Because society is made up of people who are all different. We all look different, have different heritages, different abilities, different likes & dislikes, different beliefs & opinions, and different ways of life. And yes, we even vote differently.' (A non-partisan movement)

Women Executives - See Women Executives and Career Tracks.

Women-Owned Businesses - Links to training and funding opportunities specifically for women business owners. (Small Business Administration)


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