Small Business

Money If You Have No Money And Want To Start A Business

these programs are hard to find but we have located over 150 such programs. They are normally non-profit organizations that are trying to help people start their own little small business. You’ll have to do a lot of searching to find them all. A good place to start is a free database that keeps track of some of these groups.

Visit: www.microenterpriseworks.org/services/PYEP/PYEPmain.htm

15000 To Train You and Your Employees

you can get this kind of money as a small business to get 1 week to 6 months of training in most anything from computers, hair styling, customer service, coaching, entrepreneuring, english as a second language, selling skills, paralegal, public speaking. See what your state has to offer by contacting your state office of employment and training at

Visit: www.govengine.com

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

20000 Grant To Get Wireless Internet For Your Small Business

……… .this is what small businesses in Pennsylvania are eligible for if they know about the program called Quality Connections. Check out what your state may offer to small businesses to get wired by contacting your state office of economic development at your state capital.

Visit: www.lehighvalley.org/default.aspx?pageid=357.