The Entrepreneurial Free Agent and Dejobbed Small Business R&D Lab
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
5 June 2000 - inc.com, a subsidiary of the Goldhirsch Group, and Sohodojo, a portfolio affiliate of Sohodojo Business Services (formerly JFS Consulting), a Portfolio Life nanocorp, have signed a reciprocal content license agreement to offer their respective business communities content from each other's Internet web sites.
Sohodojo is an unusual content partner for inc.com. "We're an applied R&D Lab," explained founders Jim Salmons and Timlynn Babitsky, "We're extremely pleased that inc.com thinks our research and envisioning is innovative small business information that meets their high editorial standards."
"Sohodojo is certainly excited about the potential of reaching a wider audience," Babitsky said, "But we are also looking forward to making select inc.com content available to our focused community of nanocorping entrepreneurial free agents and dejobbed small business owners."
Sohodojo was originally envisioned to be owned and operated by a federation of nanocorps but is now chartered as a non-profit corporation to better support the lab's social action mission serving nanocorp-based solo and family-based entrepreneurs in rural and distressed urban communities. Its LegalSIG and TechSIG are exploring new small-business business models and developing associated Internet technologies. Sohodojo is committed to the development of Open Source technologies to enable 'Small is Good' in the New Economy.
inc.com, the web presence of Inc. magazine -- the premiere publication for entrepreneurs and small business owners -- offers products, services, advice and mentoring for new businesses that are just starting out and older businesses looking to grow. The content-rich inc.com information portal is consistently among the most-visited sites on the Internet.
For more information, contact Timlynn Babitsky of Sohodojo or Shane McLaughlin of inc.com.