Small Business and Entrepreneur
There's no summer slowdown in the startup community. Here are a few
of the events and classes heating up the calendar.
Hispanic-owned LottaFrutta has opened its first airport location in Concourse B of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, its first franchised location.
Three out of five employees would leave their current position for a competitive offer, according to a report from a leading staffing services provider.
The West Virginia Small Business Development Center will host a "Business Fundamentals" workshop July 30 in Charleston.
Just a year old, the online education startup Coursera is poised for a big growth spurt fueled by $43 million in venture capital, it announced Wednesday.
A new program for training startup employees is launching in Chicago this fall, joining a growing collection of local resources seeking to match talent with growing technology companies.
Jessaca Giglio asked small-business owners about
their favorite mobile business applications.
Austin tech startup Rallyhood has raised $1.7 million to help expand its user base and form new partnerships.
After abandoning plans to launch a new business incubator, a
Peoria, Ill., committee hopes to meet a wider array of economic needs as it divvies
up $700,000 among nine projects.
Las Vegas is a danger zone for thieves who hope to profit by appropriating protected trademarks or concepts for their own use.
The Nevada Microenterprise Initiative and the Valley Economic Development Center have added $2 million to
support their small-business loan program statewide.
Oak View Renewal Partnership in Huntington Beach, Calif., and Goodwill of Orange County created a micro-enterprise program that will help entrepreneurs fulfill their dreams.
Manos Accelerator in California's Silicon Valley is targeting Hispanic entrepreneurs for better representation in early-stage ventures.
The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce announced highlights and attractions of its upcoming
annual convention scheduled for next month.
Starting Monday, thousands of small businesses will be required to use an Internet-based system to verify that new hires are eligible to work in the U.S.