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Duquesne University SBDC provides resources to small businesses to help them start, grow, and prosper. Our consultants and partners share their knowledge and expertise on various topics such as starting a business, marketing, technology commercialization, buying a business, and financing.

Five Marketing Trends for 2022

Five Marketing Trends for 2022

The summer is just around the corner, and the first six months of the year are already gone! However, there is still time to make those marketing upgrades you have been thinking about. Here are five marketing trends to watch for the rest of the year.

Instagram 101: How to start or Update your small business page

Instagram 101: How to start or Update your small business page

If you recently opened your business, or if you want to expand your already existing business, opening a social media account is the way to go! Read more

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How to Start an LLC in Pennsylvania?

How to Start an LLC in Pennsylvania?

A complete guide to the Limited Liability Company (LLC) registration in Pennsylvania. Read more

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How to Change from a Sole Proprietor to LLC in Pennsylvania

How to Change from a Sole Proprietor to LLC in Pennsylvania

You started your small business as a sole proprietor and now you want to become an LLC in Pennsylvania. Here is the process to change from a sole proprietor to a limited liability company. Read more

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Secrets of a Successful Introduction Video for your Business

Secrets of a Successful Introduction Video for your Business

The hands-down best way to tell your business story is to publish an introduction-style but how will your video stand out among the rest? Read more

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What is a Registered Agent for an LLC?

What is a Registered Agent for an LLC?

When filing your LLC application with the State of Pennsylvania, one important question asked is the location of the registered office for the LLC in the Commonwealth. This means that a street mailing location is required in the application to receive important official documents and mail. Read more

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