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Delta Entrepreneurship Network (DEN) is seeking its second round of fellows—up to 20 entrepreneurs and 16 entrepreneurship service organizations—to join the inaugural class of DEN fellows through six Delta Challenge pitch competitions across the eight-state Delta region this fall.
New awards and new programs from the Small Business Administration
Win the attention and respect of investors and CEOs at pitch competitions.
Benefit corps, L3Cs, social purpose corps, LLCs, partnerships, OH MY! There are tons of options when determining what type of business entity you should select for your business. How do you choose?
With recruiting and hiring costing U.S. businesses $72 billion a year the tips included in this article and the infographic can be the difference between your company being a dud or a rock-star diva.
The SBA is once again launching InnovateHER, a national prize competition aimed at unearthing products and services that impact women’s lives through local business competitions.
Check out this new grant announcement for entrepreneurial communities from the EDA.
You don’t have to be in school to learn a new skill. It’s amazing how many free online courses are out there. Here are 10 learning resources for entrepreneurs (and anyone else interested in increasing their knowledge this summer).
Sixty percent of small firms go out of business within six months of a data breach. Here are some tips you can take to protect your data and your business.
Crowdfunding campaigns can yield more than raising capital. Consider it for market research and creating awareness.
The U.S. Small Business Administration is working on several initiatives to inspire and educate Millennial and minority entrepreneurs.
Take advantage of these opportunities from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
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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