The East Bay Express and the Sustainable Business Alliance have collaborated again to produce the second annual Good Local Money for Your Good Local Business, a guide to finding the right capital to support your business to launch and grow.
OBDC Small Business Finance is thrilled to host the Alameda County Small Business Development Center. Our partnership and dedication to increasing access to capital for entrepreneurs is part of what aligns our work. We’re thrilled to share some of Alameda County SBDC’s 2015 impacts:
Many small businesses need additional working capital to manage the short term cash obligations of their business. But what IS working capital?
OBDC operates at the nexus of small business development and community economic development, but what does that really mean?
OBDC is fortunate to work with cities to help small businesses launch, grow, and succeed. One major obstacle to business survival is construction. Construction keeps traffic away (foot traffic, cars, everyone!). Instead of avoiding construction, when you see it, go shopping.
According to History, since 1979, every President has designated February as Black History Month. We’re excited for another reason to celebrate black entrepreneurs in our community all month (and all year!).
Most folks don’t necessarily know what “WSJ Prime” is, so it’s hard to tell what this interest rate might be.
Last Friday was the seventh anniversary of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, and President Obama announced new rules for closing the pay gap between men and women.
MeetGeraldine offers their clients the best of both of their brains: digital strategy and development from Geraldine and planning and branding support from Lauren. MeetGeraldine provides businesses with a team they can trust in defining, developing, and launching a brand that will deliver consistent, effective results. Check out an excerpt from MeetGeraldine’s profile:
Emmy’s Spaghetti Shack, located on 3230 Mission Street in San Francisco, is the culmination of Emily Kaplan’s life-long career working in the restaurant business and was almost a lost dream. Check out an excerpt of Emmy Spaghetti Shack’s profile: