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February 21st, 2007 at 7:00am — Comments: (0) — By: Jonathan Danylko — Tags: Business

Every entrepreneur will experience growth of their business, whether it be gradual growth or 90 degree-angle growth. If you are a Micro-ISV and are growing by leaps and bounds, keep in mind you may have a team atmosphere as opposed to a single person company. Mr. Cornwall at The Entrepreneurial Mind discusses how to handle a transition from Entrepreneur to Team and knowing the differences between the two.

If you are an entrepreneur of your own company and have a product in the market, you may be providing your own support line. Joel Spolsky from Joel on Software discusses seven steps to remarkable customer service. The stories Mr. Spolsky talks about pertains to most Micro-ISV developers and shows a great deal of experience in learning how to cope with customers.

Just a word of warning for you old-school entrepreneurs. Watch out for the Entrepreneurial Generation. Anita Campbell at Small Business Trends reports on what a profile of the Entrepreneurial Generation consists of. Judging by the list, it seems some students already have their own business when they enter college. VERY interesting.

If the last paragraph scared you a little, then start marketing your company with's article about 15 sites for promoting your local business and Marketing on CraigsList. I'm using three and will be using more before the end of the week.

If you are looking into making a business and are looking for funding, SmallTalk on the has a question about Funding a startup with a 401(k) or IRA. I understand risk is inevitable in certain situations, but using a retirement fund may be too much risk for anyone to accept when starting a new business.

Make your business thrive like your spirit and enthusiasm!

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Jonathan Danylko is a freelance web architect and avid programmer who has been programming for over 20 years. He has developed various systems in numerous industries including e-commerce, biotechnology, real estate, health, insurance, and utility companies.

When asked what he likes doing in his spare time, he answers..."programming."

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