50000 From Your Phone Company To Start A Business

if you live in a small town or want to live in a small town and want to be an entrepreneur. In it’s efforts to create jobs in small towns the government gives grants to local phone and electric utility companies who are to take that money and help entrepreneurs start or expand a business. The program is called Rural Economic Development Grants at the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Find out who got this money in your area so you can get some.

Visit: www.rurdev.usda.gov/rbs/busp/redg.htm

25000 Loan Serves As First Step Towards Business Ownership

Prospective business owners looking to set up shop in Washington DC’s Ward 7/Marshall Heights area have strong support from the Marshall Heights Community Development Organization (MHCDO). The MHCDO provides, often at no cost, entrepreneurial and business training, one-on-one small business counseling in its Business Information Resource Center, technical assistance with loans, legal, accounting and other business-related areas, and special loan packaging, and loans ranging from $10,000 to $25,000. The group will also perform market research and assist with the development of print advertisements and other materials to promote the entrepreneur’s business. Marshall Heights Community Development Organization, 3939 Benning Road, NE, Washington, DC 20019, 202-396-1200

Visit: www.mhcdo.org

You Don’t Even Have To Know How To Spell Entrepreneur

you can walk into a local government supported management consulting office and they will sit down with you, for free, and help you identify major money programs in your area, help you fill out forms to get money, help you prepare a business plan, give you free tax counseling services, free marketing help, or free help with public relations, technology or anything else. It doesn’t get better than this. Find the local office of your Small Business Development Center. They are supported by state and federal governments.. Your state lead center can tell you about your local office.

Visit: www.asbdc-us.org/