Tag: small business
The small business community has engaged Seventh District Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger to go to bat for them to get the SBA to flesh out its membership on its Small Business Regulatory Fairness Boards.
If the name Aristocat Café makes you think of a 1970 Disney film, you aren’t imagining the similarity.
Virginia Living extended the product submission deadline for its 11th annual Made in Virginia Awards to Tuesday, July 12.
Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the launch of a key component of his efforts to catalyze entrepreneurism in the Commonwealth. The Virginia Velocity business plan competition opened today and is overseen by the Office of the Secretary of Commerce and Trade. The competition focuses on entrepreneurs in the key strategic growth sectors of bioscience and energy.
Health Works for Northern Virginia, in conjunction with small business organization Small Business Majority, will host a webinar on Thursday, July 9, 2015, on the healthcare law and its impact on Virginia small businesses and entrepreneurs.
Lane-Corman Joint Venture will hold a vendor fair for local, small and disadvantaged business enterprise (DBE) contractors, vendors and suppliers interested in subcontracting for the Route 29 Solutions highway improvement projects.
A recent study on the state of financing for small businesses show that as much as 82% of U.S. small businesses have their loan applications denied when they apply to a bank.
The plight of many small business owners is figuring out how they are going to expand their marketing effort without impacting the bottom line too heavily.
A local area network is something that’s important for small business to focus on, regarding security and protection against vulnerabilities.
The Virginia Department of Small Business and Supplier Diversity is hosting Entrepreneur Express: Moving your Business Forward.
Bipartisan, bicameral legislation would reduce duplicative filing costs for small businesses looking to offer retirement plans.
Senator Jeremy McPike’s bill to provide optional bonding for Class A and B contractors passed the Virginia Senate.
Treasury released a report with new data on sources of health insurance coverage for small business owners and self-employed workers.
Sens. Mark Warner and Susan Collins have introduced a bill to reduce filing costs for small business looking to offer retirement plans.
Anne Holton and Norfolk Mayor Kenny Alexanderhighlighted Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine’s new plan for small businesses.