In the News: Don’t Miss Your Chance at Grants of Up To $25,000
The financial help grants provide is always more than welcomed by small business owners. However, the public and private organizations that offer these grants also want to help with the many different aspects of running a small business. Their goal is to keep these businesses running for the long run. And often times this means providing the expertise they need in areas they might need help with.
So, beyond the financial help make sure to also take advantage of the resources these grant providers are offering. If they don’t outline the help in the grant, don’t hesitate to ask. After all, they are offering free money, and giving you the expertise and knowledge you need to make you a better entrepreneur will probably be encouraged.
From Mastercard to ARPA Small Business Grant Programs, there are grants of up to $25,000 available now in communities across the US looking to help small businesses with a wide range of issues. In addition to financial help, these grants are also offering digital tools, mentorship, educational resources, and much more. Find out more and make sure to apply:
Mastercard Announces Upcoming Grant Program for Minority-Owned Businesses
Small Business News February 17, 2023
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Amazon Marketplace Sellers Confess to Blu-Ray and DVD Price Fixing Scheme
Two sellers on Amazon marketplace have pleaded guilty to price fixing DVDs and Blu-Ray Discs after being accused of selling products at collusive and non-competitive prices. Guilty Plea in Blu-Ray and DVD Price Fixing Scheme Bruce Fish of Hayfield, Minnesota, and Victor Btesh of Brooklyn, New York, both admitted to conspiring to fix prices through their companies on the Amazon marketplace.
Egg Prices Higher Again, Up 150% Over Last Year
Egg prices continued to climb in January, according to Tuesday’s update to the Consumer Price Index. Eggs are up 13.5% in price over the last month. They’re 150% more expensive now than they were at this time last year, the data shows. The average price for a dozen Grade A eggs is at $4.82. At this time last year, they were $1.92.
How Bruce Jackson Went from the “NYC Projects” to Microsoft Counsel
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How to Pick Gifts that Match Your Brand
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Is Your Business Protecting Its Classified Documents?
We’ve seen people in America’s highest positions struggle with keeping classified documents in safe and secure locations recently. Now, while your business may not have any documents in its possession that could contain keys to national security, it likely does have some documents and other materials that you don’t want just anyone seeing.
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