Small Business and Entrepreneur

NatureBox Delivers and Customers Eat it Up

NatureBox is working to change the way families shop for healthy snack food through a monthly delivery service.


Free Workshop for Landing Gov't Contracts

Registration is open for a free workshop on how small businesses can get government contracts.


Atlanta Entrepreneurs Invited to Free Business Summit

Web.com is hosting a free small-business seminar to help small-business owners learn how to increase visibility and market their businesses online.


Small Businesses Still Lost in Tax Limbo

Small businesses are in limbo as they wait for Congress to make decisions on tax deductions that could save them thousands or even millions of dollars on capital investments.


Hispanic Entrepreneurialism Still Rising in U.S.

A new report shows how the number of U.S. Hispanic entrepreneurs has grown exponentially over the past two decades, powering the economy during the recent recession.


Is E-Commerce Right for Your Small Business?

As more consumers turn to online shopping, many Main Street small-business owners might consider whether they should start their own e-commerce site.


Entrepreneur Fills Mass. Need for Pot Seeds

Massachusetts residents have been authorized to get medical marijuana for more than a year, but dispensaries haven't opened yet. There's a business opportunity if ever there was one.


Accion Texas to Manage Latina Loan Fund

Accion Texas, Eva Longoria and Howard G. Buffett have partnered up to help Hispanic women entrepreneurs.


Challenges and Upside For Hispanic Entrepreneurs

The CEO of the personal finance websites WalletHub and CardHub shares his tips for successful Hispanic entrepreneurs.


Hispanic Entrepreneur Rate Shoots Past Overall Population

The number of Hispanic entrepreneurs has grown exponentially in the U.S. over the past 20 years, with Hispanic immigrants in particular showing a higher rate of entrepreneurship than the population at large.


Technology Entrepreneur Master's Offered at UMD

The University of Maryland is offering a 15-month, global online master's program for technology entrepreneurship combining academics with its new Web-based incubator.


Brewery Gets SBA Startup of the Year Honors

Wildcard Brewing in Redding, Calif., has built a loyal following since it opened nearly two years ago.


Sabor Latino Lands Wells Fargo Sponsorship

Sabor Latino has added Wells Fargo to the lineup of sponsors of its upcoming food industry trade show in Los Angeles.


5 Ways to Thin Out Financial Records

Tax time offers a chance to thin out that trove of old receipts, bank statements, pay stubs and other personal financial information.


Banks Wake Up to the Value of Diversity

Minority-owned small businesses are less likely to borrow money from traditional lenders and less likely to have their loans approved, but access to financing is crucial for new businesses.


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Franchising

Worker Confidence Dips as New Month Begins

The Randstad Employee Confidence Index decreased 3.3 points in January to 52.1, indicating U.S. workers may be feeling uncertain about the job market and economy amid ongoing budget negotiations, which have led to higher payroll taxes for many Americans.


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Company Name: Harmonicus International Corp
City: Overland Park
State: Kansas
Year Established: 2003

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