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Offered through partnership between the U.S. Small Business Administration and the Institute for Veteran and Military Families at Syracuse University, V-WISE provides comprehensive entrepreneurial training to women veterans, active duty and female family members.
Last week I gave you 5 of the top 10 myths of Government Contracting. This week I'm back to bring you 5 more, in preparation for the upcoming free business webinar on February 25th: Selling To The Government: Is It Right For You?
The U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Iowa District Office is seeking nominations for its first annual Iowa SBA Small Business Community of the Year Award to be presented in May during Small Business Week 2015.
While selling to the government, just like any business endeavor, may not be for everyone, it is certainly a market to consider if you want to diversify your revenue stream. Check out the top 10 myths of selling to the government in this post!
An expansion project in Winnebago County will create 197 new jobs at a qualifying wage of $14.86/hour and result in a capital investment of $86.5 million.
The Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) today opened the application for the Workforce Housing Tax Credit Program (WHTC), established by House File 2448.
Let me tell you, nothing about Seinfeld ever seems to follow the regulations.
As an entrepreneur and small business owner you know risk is an inherent part of being in business. Iowa’s Business Assistance Network can help you or your business advisor identify what requirements apply to your business and help get your questions answered.
Creating a presentation for your next pitch? Check out these tips to keep your audience engaged and interested in what you have to say!