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.
in a small town in Minnesota. It’s not a grant but a low-interest loan. But what the heck. If someone is going to offer you $100,000 to get your venture going, take it any way you can. See the Rural Challenge Grant Program at http://www.dted.state.mn.us/01x02f.asp. The state also has a program that gives out $10,000 if you are a minority who wants to start a business in the city. Its called the Urban Initiative Loan Program.
in Missouri or you can even use the money just to investigate if it is feasible to start a business
The Small Business Loan Fund (SBLF) provides eligible Asset Loans from $25,000 to a maximum of $150,000 and Working Capital Loans to a maximum of $30,000 if you want to start a business in Rhode Island. See the Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation
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.
the government will actually give them up to $10 million to buy your goods or services if they are from another country. It’s a program that promotes U.S. goods and services to be sold overseas. All you have to do is to find a customer overseas who wants to buy your stuff. And there are other offices in the government that will find you the customers.
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