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Business Retention and Expansion Visitation Fundamentals Self-assessment Guide for Communities

Business Retention and Expansion Visitation Fundamentals Self-assessment Guide for Communities - CD1605A

Many communities have done BR&E visitation programs. Some communities have had more success with their BR&E visitation programs than others. This self-assessment guide will help you decide whether your community already has participated in an effective BR&E visitation program. It also will help you decide whether you should revitalize your BR&E efforts.

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Business Retention and Expansion Visitation Fundamentals

Business Retention and Expansion Visitation Fundamentals - CD1605

This publication is a guide to beginning a business retention and expansion (BR&E) visitation program.

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Small Business Myths and Realities

Small Business Myths and Realities - EC1590

Interested in starting your own business? To help make your decision, listen and gather information from a variety of sources. As you look at the information, you will find inconsistencies, plus some claims seem too good to be true. So what is fact and what is a myth? The following provides information about the realities of some of the more common entrepreneurial claims.

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Starting a North Dakota Bed and Breakfast Business

Starting a North Dakota Bed and Breakfast Business - EC1231

Defining a B & B “Bed and breakfast facility” means a private home that is used to provide accommodations for a charge to the public, with not more than seven lodging units, in which no more than two family style meals are provided per day. To be designated a “bed and breakfast,” the facility must be the private residence of the host. Other types of lodging, such as on-the-farm/ranch cabins, restored farm houses or hunting cabins, are considered lodges or inns and not a bed and breakfast.

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