A publication from the National League of Cities outlines how local governments can better support entrepreneurship and small business.
It's all about connections, according to the SBA Region VII Advocate, who gives U.S.SourceLink a shout out on the official blog of the U.S. Small Business Administration's Office of Advocacy
A new report tracks the impact of arts, culture and design to an innovation-based economy.
Cash mobs organize coast to coast to support locally owned small businesses. Since first appearing in Buffalo New York in the summer of 2011 the concept has caught on in 40 cities across Canada and the United States.
Tool Kit for Supporting Entrepreneurs and Small Business
U.S.SourceLink helps small business connect
New Engines of Growth: Five Roles for Arts, Culture and Design
Central Iowa Launches U.S.SourceLink
Cash Mobs Support Small Business Coast-to-Coast
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