Small Business and Entrepreneur
Orlando's National Entrepreneur Center is celebrating its 10th
anniversary Tuesday with an afternoon of free educational seminars for small
The joint project is funded by the U.S Small Business Administration and the El
Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and provides one-on-one counseling to anyone
looking to start a business.
Temple's online children's clothing company, Lolly Wolly Doodle, based
in Lexington, has received the investment from the Revolution Growth Fund.
Startups that gain access to funding are aren't just more likely to survive, but "enjoy higher revenues and create more jobs," according to a new study.
First-world business models just don't work in Third World countries.
Jack Truong, president and CEO of Electrolux Major Appliances North
America, knows a thing or two about risk-taking.
Details about jobs programs for employers, small business contracting
opportunities, and social media tips will be part of the annual Governor's Small
Business Forum on Thursday in El Paso.
Some entrepreneurs start from the ground up with an original idea, others become agents of
existing companies, and still others stake their money in a franchise.
Francis Matias noticed that island cuisine was missing in the Miami
Valley, so he and his family did something about it.
As part of the launch of its new Minority Business Accelerator,
Commerce Lexington announced a $2.4 million contract as part of a project to build dorms at the
University of Kentucky.
Minority- and women-owned businesses garnered a slightly higher share
of Erie County construction and service contracts in 2012 than they did in 2011,
according to figures released by the county this week.
The Los Angeles Small Business Administration District Office is hosting a Veteran Business Webinar - Summer Speaker Series now through Aug. 28. The first was held Wednesday, June 5.
Michael Dell tells entrepreneurs to embrace the crazy idea: "If it was obvious, everybody would have done it."
The Small Business Development Center at El Paso Community College is presenting a four-part series on taxes and record keeping for small businesses.