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The Iowa Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has hired Christina Moffatt of Des Moines to counsel and train entrepreneurs and existing businesses for the Mid Iowa SBDC in Des Moines. Moffatt will work for the SBDC starting in January.
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Today’s adults have different pressures and values than those of 50 years ago. The entrepreneur must know his or her customers to achieve success.
IASourceLink celebrates it's third year by promoting Global Entrepreneurship Week, November 17-23
Global Entrepreneurship Week kicks off this week with many places in Iowa holding several entrepreneurial events.
The IRS has issued some additional instructions to protect yourself from telephone scams.
This month, Debi Durham covers entrepreneurship in Iowa, highlighting Global Entrepreneurship Week and other events focused on enhancing the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Iowa.
A free online webinar about Iowa withholding & unemployment basics for employers will be held on November 12th from noon to 1:00pm central time.
7(a) Lending Opens Opportunities for America’s Small Businesses- “As our economy continues to grow and recover, small businesses are the essential fuel to that continued growth."