Businesses aren’t creating enough jobs and government employment’s been cut back. Do it yourself. Create your own job, start your own business. It’s these very small, micro-businesses that are the future of our economy.
The pace of new business formation has yet to recover after the recession. SBA Administrator Karen Mills has a plan to jumpstart the start-up engine.
Karen Mills says "The average number of new establishment starts... is still not where it needs to be." Then she goes on to talk about the programs that help existing businesses grow, not start up. Okay, okay, she talks about accelerators and hubs, but the bulk of the resources are not aimed at start ups.
As their benefits expire, the long-term unemployed find creative ways to make a living
Another argument for the passage of AB 152, a Self-Employment Assistance program for California. Without it, the state is encouraging people to start their businesses underground. We don't need more underground.
CHICO — Entrepreneurs who are chosen for the Business Vitality Seed Fund not only end up with a no-payback grant, but also a stable of business experts to help them with the unknowns that can sink a new enterprise.
CAMEO, the California Association for Micro Enterprise Opportunity, announces that AB 152, a bill to help the unemployed start their own small business passed the California Assembly Insurance Committee today.
This bill will help create 5000 businesses and 13000 jobs for California.
New research documents that over-50 workers face an uphill battle to get hired.
This is exactly why California needs a Self-employment Assistance Program - to help these experienced, capable people take control of their own destiny and become their own boss by starting their own businesses. http://bit.ly/beyourownbosspetition
While tax day is behind us, most small business owners have likely filed extensions to let them continue combing through the tax code looking for ways to keep their hard-earned dollars in their own coffers instead of in Uncle Sam’s.
Good op-ed by our friends at Small Business Majority about tax reform to help small business.
Outgoing SBA head Karen Mills has recently blogged about small businesses and job creation. Here's how she looks at it.
As Inc points out... It's not the high growth start ups that create all they jobs - it's more the mom and pop shops... then WHY WHY WHY do all the resources (not just money, but attention) go to the high growth start ups. We need to bolster the infrastructure that supports the mom and pop small businesses.
The Fresno Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) officially announced the launch of the Kiva and California Association for Micro Enterprise Opportunity (CAMEO) programs on Tuesday in Fresno.
By providing small loans that average just $10,000 in the U.S., leading microlenders Accion and Opportunity Fund are significantly contributing to small business sustainability, as well as increases in income and job creation according to their...
It's Micro Business Day! This study and the CAMEO-Kiva launch.