How your community can support microenterprise growth
By definition, microenterprises are businesses that require less than $35,000 in capitalization to start and have fewer than ten employees. Most are focused on the owner’s personal expertise—consulting, design, lawn care—and may not require a physical location. Microenterprises—both online and brick and mortar— represent about 77% of overall businesses in the U.S., and in today’s […]
KCSourceLink: How to Make Micros Mighty
Two years ago KCSourceLink Resource Partners gathered to discuss the plight of the microenterprise, identify the resources that are available and develop a plan to help fill gaps for Kansas City’s small business entrepreneurs. How is that plan working two years later?.