Small Business | U.S. Chamber of Commerce

 

NOTHING’S BIGGER THAN SMALL BUSINESS

Small businesses are the backbone of our economy and the cornerstone of the American dream. These risk-takers and dreamers spur growth, create jobs, and expand opportunities. We are working every day at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to elevate the voice of America’s small business owners and highlight the important role they play in the nation’s economy.

The Small Business Council

The Small Business Council is is the primary vehicle by which small businesses take part in determining the Chamber’s small business strategy. The Council is the U.S. Chamber’s principal standing policy committee and action group representing the issues of concern to small business. In addition to formulating small business policy, the council assists small business members in creating effective grass roots actions and strategies on legislative, regulatory, and international initiatives. The group is able to bring to the Board’s attention small business issues they

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Business Reference Services (Science, Technology & Business Division, Library of Congress)

Notice: Out of an abundance of caution, all Library of Congress research centers will be closed to the public (including researchers and others with reader identification cards) until further notice, to reduce the risk of transmitting COVID-19 coronavirus. All Library-sponsored public programs are also postponed or cancelled through May 11. Online resources and reference services, such as Ask a Librarian, will continue to be available during this time. For more information, see: www.loc.gov/coronavirus.

Business Information and Contacts | Homeland Security

Information and contacts to help you do business with DHS.

Industry Liaisons

Industry Liaisons promote two-way communication between the DHS and industry, academia, and other institutions. Learn about their services and identify points of contact here.

Small Business Specialists

Small Business Specialists at each DHS Component are available to discuss specific procurement opportunities available for small businesses. Learn about their services and identify points of contact here.

Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization Staff

The Office of Small Disadvantaged Business Utilization staff oversee the DHS small business program. Learn about their services and identify points of contact here.

Prime Contractors

DHS maintains relationships with prime contractors who subcontract with small and disadvantaged businesses. Learn about partnering and identify points of contact here.

Strategic Sourcing and Category Management

The Strategic Sourcing Program Office collaborates with DHS’s Components to establish Department-wide contract vehicles. Learn more about Strategic Sourcing Program Office services

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M.S. in Business Analytics | Lally: Business and Management at Rensselaer

“Annual demand for the fast growing new roles of data scientist, data developers, and data engineer will reach nearly 700,000 openings by 2020.”* 

Meet our current students: M.S in Business Analytics Student Directory.
To learn more about our M.S. in Business Analytics class profile, click here. 
To meet some of our M.S. in Business Analytics alumni and alumnae, click here.

Businesses that know how to analyze and apply data (big or small) outperform competitors by up to 20 percent. Why, then, do so few companies draw powerful insights from data? The answer is simple – a lack of in-house talent. Lally’s Master’s of Science in Business Analytics will prepare you to meet the biggest demand of 21st century business.

*Source: https://www.ibm.com/analytics/us/en/technology/data-science/quant-crunch.html

Fei Xie ’16 M.S. in Business Analytics:

Our curriculum follows foundational business concepts with data management and statistical modeling, which you will customize with electives that include natural

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Division of Small Business – State of Delaware

Division of Small Business – State of Delaware





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Business Resources

Nearly 100 organizations, including nonprofits and government agencies, have more than 300 programs that offer all kinds of support for Delaware’s small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs.

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Missouri Small Business Development Center at UMKC

ELEVATIONLAB is all of the training programs of the Missouri Small Business Development Center at UMKC; we offer classes and workshops that are targeted for every business stage:

  • SPARK classes for start-ups
  • SCALE classes for growth
  • SURGE classes for technology and innovation

All training programs offer participants an opportunity to learn from experienced business owners and consultants. Participants will get peer-to-peer interactions, strategic action items and opportunities to network with the experts and fellow entrepreneurs. Instructors bring years of business experience to each class, giving participants the opportunity to tap resources, get access to funding opportunities and leading-edge business tools.

Are you ready to turn your great idea into a business? Would you like to get into an entrepreneurial mindset and learn from successful business owners? Do you need help writing a business plan? Are you struggling with financial basics and management know-how? ELEVATIONLAB offers SPARK classes to

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Small business | ASIC – Australian Securities and Investments Commission

COVID-19 information for small business

For information and support, visit:

If you are operating or are planning to operate a small business as a registered company or under a registered business name, this content is for you.

ASIC assists small business as we regulate all companies, financial markets and providers of financial services and consumer credit in Australia and manage the registration of business names.

What is a small business?

A small business is defined differently by different regulators and laws.

ASIC administers the Corporations Act 2001 and this defines a ‘small proprietary company’. From financial years commencing on or after 1 July 2019, a ‘small proprietary company’ is defined as ‘small’ for a financial year if it satisfies at least two of the below criteria:

  • an annual revenue of less than $50 million
  • less than 100
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Business for Sale By Owner – Listings & Opportunities

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