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Best of 2000: Advice on opening a small consulting shop

Thinking about establishing your own consultancy? Check out this article, the fifth most popular of 2000, which outlines several online resources to help you get started.


Have you considered venturing out on your own to establish an IT consulting firm? Not sure how to go about doing it? We’ve gathered some great online resources to help get you off on the right track.

In “Web sites offer advice on opening a small consulting shop,” the fifth most read article in the IT Consultant Republic for 2000, Sean Griffith explains the offerings from The Small Business Resource Center, The Small Business Advisor, and The CCH Business Owner's Toolkit.

The top five articles of 2000
The votes are in, and we’ll be sharing the results with you all this week as we revisit our top five most popular features from last year. Stay tuned for more highlights from 2000.
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