We’re thrilled to share that our client Anasa Yoga is offering donation-based classes in honor of Veterans Gratitude Week. All proceeds from these classes will benefit the Veterans Yoga Project. If you are looking for a workout that does your body and our community good, please visit Anasa Yoga for the following classes:
On Thursday, November 5, OBDC is hosting a panel of business resources for veterans. Join us to hear from our partners at the Alameda County Small Business Development Center (SBDC), the Small Business Administration (SBA), East Bay SCORE, and FICO.
Formalizing your business, or getting your business license and all necessary permits approved, is a critical component of getting your business off the ground. Without these documents, your business may be exposed to additional liability and fines.
Six years ago, Oakland Chop Bar launched in Jack London Square, and now the business is thriving. Check out an excerpt of Chop Bar’s profile:
The Small Business Administration and Small Business Majority have set up a series of webinars for small business owners to understand the reform and employer-shared responsibility provisions, as well as learn about the small business health care tax credit.
“Many people on our staff have come to Dark Garden after working in jobs that just didn’t work for them. We’re a place where people can feel at home while making a living,” says Autumn.
Join the Oakland Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce at the After 5 Reception hosted by Alex And Ani in downtown Emeryville.
“We’re a place where people can feel at home while making a living,” says Autumn.
We’re thrilled to share that one of our newest borrowers, Steel Rail, a cafe that honors Oakland’s storied past and celebrates the people of Oakland in the heart of Jack London Square, is hosting their Grand Opening Celebration on Tuesday, October 13.
Our congratulations and gratitude to Steve Bangs, The Small Business Administration’s Assistant District Director, Lender Relations, on his retirement.