My Business

My Business

Today's business world is continually changing, which is why you need a reliable resource for the strategies that keep your business moving forward. From new approach to networking to important facts about franchising. First Tennessee's Business Resources Center is your source for the expert advice and up-to date business solutions.

My Business
  • My Office
    Information and tips on selecting your office, buying furniture and equipment, finding the right supplies, services and insurance needs to setting it all up to help you be as efficient and productive as possible.
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  • Business Insurance
    Safeguard your business against financial catastrophes by selecting the proper insurance for your business. The articles within Business Insurance will help you understand what is out there and what to expect when selecting a policy.
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  • Communications
    Communication is key to your business’s success. Get information that can help you decide which forms of communication – traditional phone lines, wireless, Internet connections, etc – will most effectively help your business thrive.
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  • Direct Selling
    With your market strategy created, learn how to get the message to your prospects. This section will describe numerous methods to communicate with your customer from simple post cards to email campaigns.
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  • Selling Online
    Learn how to use the Internet to market and sell to your customers locally, nationally, and internationally.
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  • Starting & Planning Your Business
    Learn what it takes to become a successful business owner and get advice on planning and making it happen.
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  • Networking to Expand Your Business
    Information and tips on different methods of networking business owners can use to promote their business to colleagues and potential clients.
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  • Marketing, Advertising, and PR
    Skillful marketing, advertsing and pr plans have made small businesses into Fortune companies.
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  • Local Resources
    Select your state/region to find local Chambers of Commerce, Small Business Administration offices, Women Business Center chapters and more.
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  • Customer Service
    The quality of service your customers receive will create a lasting impression of your company, and will often determine whether your customers return.
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  • International Trade
    In our global economy, doing business with foreign companies is more common than ever. Get tips on how to make your international relationships successful.
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  • Legal Assistance
    Get advice about how and when to use an attorney, determining the best structure for your company, and information on contracts, patents, copyrights, and trademarks.
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  • SBA/Goverment Resources
    Tips on using government resources such as the Small Business Administration and the IRS to help you start and grow your business, and to help make sure you’re following all the rules and regulations.
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  • Travel Resources
    Get tips, information, and resources to help you be productive, comfortable, and safe while you’re travelling for your business.
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  • Veterans – Employees & Owners of Small Businesses
    When duty calls, how will your business survive?
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