Each year, the U.S. government awards at least 5% of all federal contracting dollars to Women-Owned Small Businesses (WOSBs).
According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s Annual Business Survey, veteran-owned businesses make up about 5.7% of all businesses in the United States…
As the COVID-19 pandemic begins to wane, many people — especially women who may have been displaced during the shut-down — are considering taking the entrepreneurial plunge.
The HUBZone program was created to help drive small business growth in historically underutilized business zones by limiting competition for certain government contracts to qualifying businesses.
Beyond the standard qualifiers, such as an explanation of assets, credit history, and credit score, lenders require business applicants to submit a formal business plan in order to receive approval for a loan.
The Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) certification officially recognizes and supports the advancement of minority-owned businesses across the United States.
2021 is finally here! And while this year may still hold some level of uncertainty, it also promises to be one of renewed growth and opportunity for small businesses.
COVID-19 — the disease caused by the novel coronavirus — has put life into perspective.
Great ideas don’t fund themselves. No matter how fantastic your product or business plan might be, without an effective pitch, it’s unlikely to make it off the ground.
A new year means new opportunities for your business. And 2020 isn’t just the start of a new year, it’s the start of a new decade — one that’s set to see rapid change….