The Virginia House of Delegates extended a helping hand to small businesses when it voted today in favor of expanding the state’s Medicaid program because doing so would level the playing field for small businesses, create a healthier and more productive workforce and pump additional money into the state economy.
Statement by Erik Rettig, Northeast/Mid-Atlantic Director for Small Business Majority, on why the Virginia House’s decision to expand Medicaid today is great news for small employers
Statement by Hunter Railey, Colorado Outreach Manager for Small Business Majority, on why the Colorado House’s passage of paid family leave legislation today is a step forward for small employers
The Colorado House of Representatives delivered for small businesses when it voted today in favor of HB18-1001, the Family Medical Leave Insurance Program (FAMLI), because this measure would level the playing field for businesses that lack the resources to offer paid leave while also boosting their bottom lines.
Small employers are concerned shell companies are being used to take advantage of programs meant for small firms; back legislation requiring businesses to disclose the true identity of their owners
Washington, DC—A scientific opinion poll released today found small business owners are concerned about shell companies that are fraudulently winning contracts meant for small businesses, and they overwhelmingly agree Congress should address this issue with legislation.
WHAT: Small Business Majority, along with New Covenant Community Development Corporation and the North Lawndale Community Coordinating Council, will celebrate Women’s History Month with an event on March 20 for women small business owners of color and aspiring entrepreneurs. This event will include networking, an interactive presentation and discussion with experts as well as local business owners.
WHAT: Small Business Majority, along with New Covenant Community Development Corporation and the North Lawndale Community Coordinating Council, will celebrate Women’s History Month with an event on March 8 for women small business owners of color and aspiring entrepreneurs. This event will include networking, an interactive presentation and discussion with experts as well as local business owners.
Women of color who own small businesses say access to birth control impacts their firms’ bottom lines; younger women entrepreneurs are more likely to say contraceptive access helped them advance their careers
Washington, DC—A scientific opinion poll released today found women small business owners, especially women of color, say their ability to access birth control has impacted their business’ bottom lines. Meanwhile, younger women entrepreneurs say contraceptive access has allowed them to advance their careers and focus on starting and growing their businesses.
Esta plataforma innovadora proporciona herramientas interactivas e información sobre opciones de préstamos confiables, con un enfoque en atender al segmento de mujeres emprendedoras y empresarios marginados
Small Business Majority está orgulloso de anunciar que está tomando la iniciativa en la administración de un portal que brindará recursos que ayudaran a pequeñas empresas obtener capital responsable. Venturize, un centro de recursos desarrollado por Opportunity Finance Network (OFN), ayudará a conectar a pequeñas empresas con prestamistas aprobados y proveedores de asistencia técnica que desean ver el éxito de las pequeñas empresas en los Estados Unidos.
Innovative platform provides interactive tools and information about reliable loan options, with a focus on serving fast-growing segment of women entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs of color
Statement from Small Business Majority Founder & CEO John Arensmeyer on why the federal government shutdown will impact small business owners’ bottom lines
Congress dealt a serious economic blow to small businesses when it failed to reach an agreement to avert a federal government shutdown, primarily because lawmakers inexcusably failed to do their jobs and come up with a long-term plan to keep the government running or resolve issues that have strong bipartisan support. Every time the government closes up shop it diminishes consumer confidence and creates a huge amount of uncertainty, which can wreak havoc on small business owners’ bottom lines.
California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce members gain access to critical business information and resources, with opportunities to advocate for small business in Washington, D.C.
Sacramento—The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce has joined Small Business Majority’s strategic partnership program—a network of more than 150 business organizations across the country working together to educate small business owners about national and state-level legislation and how it impacts their business.