Deadline Approaching! Nominate a Business for 2018 Small Business Week Awards
Nominations due by 3 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018
Do you know a small business owner with an amazing success story
to tell? If so, submit your nomination today for the 2018 National Small
Business Week Awards. Nominations are currently being accepted by mail and in-person
at SBA’s Philadelphia District Office, Parkview Tower, 1150 1st
Ave., Ste. 1001, King of Prussia, PA 19460.
Now Accepting 2018 Small
Business Week Award Nominations
Are you a small business owner or a small business champion with an amazing story to tell? The U.S. Small Business Administration, Orange County/Inland
Empire District Office is proud to announce it is now accepting nominations for
its 2018 National Small Business Week Awards.
Check out the new categories!
Benefits of Winning a 2018 National Small
Business Week Award
Small business owners are the backbone of the U.S. and local
economies. You are the leaders in our communities. You take on the hefty risks
of starting and running a small business. You do the things that many only
dream of doing.
Improve your small business today
Workshops presented by the Capital Region SBDC
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PRESENTATIONS IN THE SACRAMENTO AREA
Buffalo District Office Newsletter
Nominate a Small
Business for 2018 Small Business Awards
Are you a small business owner with
an amazing success story to tell? If so, submit your nomination for
Small Business Awards. The
U.S. Small Business Administration, Washington Metropolitan Area District Office (WMADO) is
proud to announce that we are accepting nominee applications for the following 2018 National
Small Business Week Awards. Let’s show our support and
appreciation for our local small business community by submitting nominee names for
the following categories.
Free Seminar: Federal Contracting Certification Programs--The Woman-Owned Small Business Set Aside Program and the 8(a) Business Development Program
The Woman-Owned Small
Business Set-Aside Program is a new initiative created by the SBA to
provide greater contracting opportunities for woman-owned small businesses by
allowing certain contracts to be competed only among businesses registered as WOSB’s.