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IWLC’s Invest in SHE has $40K up for grabs! If you know a talented Iowa women entrepreneur, encourage her to apply today!
When you mix entrepreneurs and young professionals, you get awesomeness! Sioux City has made a commitment to help grow the community from the ground up.
Five Businesses Selected for Project Award- The grants will benefit business development and expansion projects in the Main Street districts of Czech Village – Cedar Rapids, Elkader, Marion, Mount Vernon and Woodbine.
Workshops on the how's and why's of organic food processing will be presented at three locations around Minnesota this September, and farmers or processors from Iowa are welcome to attend.
Venture School is designed to accelerate the startup process while increasing an entrepreneur's odds for success. It emphasizes real-world entrepreneurship through experiential learning, immediate customer feedback and structured mentoring.
Have you noticed the sales tax rate you are charged may sometimes be 6% and other times 7%? The differing rates occur because many cities and counties in Iowa impose a 1% local option sales tax (LOST), in addition to the state sales tax of 6%.
In honor of the 4th of July, we take a look at one veteran's journey through entrepreneurship.
Kauffman Foundation launches new competition for entrepreneurs who have presented at 1 Million Cups events around the country
Small business groups are sounding a warning about an obscure Internal Revenue Service rule that takes effect Wednesday imposing heavy fines on small businesses for helping defray the cost of their workers’ insurance or medical expenses.