Business Magazines

 Hawaii Business is an award-winning magazine that covers the major issues affecting the state’s businesses, and provides useful information to owners and managers as well as articles, business news and searchable databases for the Best Places to Work, Top 250 Businesses and Top Financial Advisers. Founded in 1955, Hawaii Business is the oldest regional business magazine in the United States and reaches more than 58,000 business decision makers each month. A useful source for any small business owner, Entrepreneur Magazine is a publication designed to help you manage and grow your company. Articles cover a wide range of topics, including finance and tax advice, tips on advertising and publicity, help with computer and Internet questions, and guidance on how to become an expert manager. In Entrepreneur Magazine, you'll also read inspiring stories from successful entrepreneurs.
Inc.com, the website for Inc. Magazine, delivers advice, tools, and services, to help business owners and CEOs start, run, and grow their businesses more successfully. You'll find information and advice covering virtually every business and management task, including marketing, sales, finding capital, managing people, and much, much more.  Vetrepreneur Magazine provides guidance and resources to veteran business owners. Further, it communicates to the government and private contracting community a realistic image of today's veteran business owner as a bright, productive, disciplined individual who represents a viable business option.

 

The Hawai‘i Small Business Development Center is a program of the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo
funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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