Small businesses play an important role in the nation’s economic growth. These small companies are also vulnerable to major financial losses—to the point of being forced to
“When you – as a small business – export, you strengthen our economy back here at home and help create real jobs for real people.” –Cory Simkek, Director, USE
This module is designed to inform and educate ANCs (Alaska Native Corporations) about the 8(a) Program.
Provides an overview of the 8(a) Program for Hawaiian Native Corporations and NHO-owned businesses.
Business Guide for tribal enterprises regarding the 8(a) Business Development Program.
Today is International Youth Day – so what better way to celebrate than to talk about the incredible potential of our young entrepreneurs?
Across the United States, immigrants are starting and building successful businesses that create good American jobs and promote our country’s economic growth.
Some people who are interested in becoming owners of a franchise business enthusiastically bring up the fact that they’d like to open more than one franchise.
NOTE: This blog is by Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services and first appeared at 9 comments
Not sure how the health care law may impact your business in Oregon?
Affordable health care is a top concern for America’s 28 million small businesses. During my travels, I’ve had a number of small business owners across the country tell me that th
Do you know what your legal obligations are to provide maternity leave to your employees?
The United States loves small businesses – it’s official!
The federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which defined marriage as a union between a man and a woman, has been 13 comments
Eastern seaboard businesses continue their struggle to rebuild after Hurricane Sandy. In terms of economic losses, the October 29, 2012 storm will be remembered as one of the largest natural
Managing employees can be a daunting prospect, especially if you are new to it.
Imagine yourself in charge of a 40-person company, selling small business software, during the sudden crash of 2008.
America’s 28 million small business owners drive job creation and innovation across our economy.
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You work hard to market your business, and you’ve succeeded—so well that you’re swamped with work and have no time to market your business.
Note: This blog is by Pravina Raghavan, Director, SBA Office of Investments & Innovation
According to the 2013 AT&T Small Business Technology Poll, which surveyed 1,000 sma
Social media may have the lowest cost of entry of any marketing tool, but is not actually that easy to do well.
On October 29, 2012, Hurricane Sandy made landfall resulting in major flooding, extensive structural damage, and significant loss of life. Thousands of individuals were displaced, millions lo