Check out this new grant announcement for entrepreneurial communities from the EDA.
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The U.S. Small Business Administration is working on several initiatives to inspire and educate Millennial and minority entrepreneurs.
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The Kauffman Foundation is accepting grant proposals from organizations that are seeking to expand programs that demonstrate evidence of success in supporting entrepreneurs in the United States.
When you don’t charge enough for your product or service, you’re basically telling customers that there’s nothing special about what you sell.
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Valyn Reinig, Web Content manager at IASourceLink, reviews Crystal, a new predictive email technology.
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