Small Business and Entrepreneur
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.
Chicago was the epicenter of the national digital startup scene June 20 at the Second Annual Moxie Awards, recognizing 21 individuals and organizations as Chicago's best technology leaders and companies, according to a release.
A startup incubator and a Starbucks store are expected to open on Boulder's University Hill business district.
The American Legion has announced that it is offering an entrepreneurship program aimed specifically at women military veterans and military spouses.
The Los Angeles District of the U.S. Small Business Administration offers free workshops on topics ranging from social media to outsourcing.
The Winston-Salem Urban League will debut its small business and
entrepreneurial clinic Wednesday.
World Business Chicago is having another go at helping community
development organizations and small businesses raise money on crowdfunding site
Experts say one of the smartest expenses a businessperson can take on is joining
a chamber of commerce, which can be one of the best forums to build business
Innovation Center caters to startups and small businesses with a mix of offices,
labs and co-working spaces.
Southern Indiana was the focus for small business
Thursday as three locals were honored for their contributions to the state and
Karen Mills, administrator of the Small Business Administration, said on Thursday that the agency is planning to address an issue advocates say is one of the most difficult for startups and companies with the fewest employees.