Tag - Dallas entrepreneurship

American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma AICCO – The Gathering Business Summit 2022

City of Dallas team member Deonicio “Danny” Villalon exhibited at the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma (AICCO) trade show on behalf of the Small Business Center. Danny educated Native American-owned Businesses about how to do business with the City of Dallas and the Minority and Women Business Enterprise...

The North Texas LGBT Chamber of Commerce and the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) announce Grubhub’s Community Impact Grant Program Recipients

The North Texas LGBT Chamber of Commerce along with Grubhub and the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) announced the recipients of Grubhub's Community Impact Grant Program, June 27th,2022, at Chamber member (and LGBTBE®), Zerbina Wines, featuring outstanding business owners and community leaders from our region, as well as guests...

The City of Dallas Small Business Center and the U.S. Small Business Administration Host 2022 Lender’s Roundtable

The Small Business Center and the U.S. Small Business Administration met on June 29th at the Dallas Central Library with lenders and bankers to discuss how they can use the agency’s loan programs to increase lending in underserved communities. The City of Dallas Small Business Center and the U.S. Small Business...

Dallas City Council Unanimously Adopts New Commercial Promoter Program

The new ordinance is intended to promote safety and accountability at large events in the city DALLAS — Dallas City Council voted unanimously on Wednesday to adopt an ordinance amending the Dallas City Code to add a new Chapter 38A, “Promoters.” The ordinance is intended to keep Dallas residents safe at commercially-promoted...

City of Dallas DPD Crime Data Dashboard

The City of Dallas Office of Data Analytics and Business Intelligence in partnership with the Dallas Police Department (DPD) launched a new interactive Crime Analytics Dashboard giving the public a closer look at DPD crime-related data. In addition to listing the date, time and the frequency of a given crime, users can also see...

City of Dallas Vendor Registration

To become a vendor with the City of Dallas, please register on https://dallascityhall.bonfirehub.com and add commodity codes to your account so you are notified when a new opportunity is available. Here is a link to find the codes that match your company https://mycpa.cpa.state.tx.us/commbook/indexSearch. Once you have been awarded a contract with the city,...

Women Entrepreneurs Leadership Forum

The City of Dallas Small Business Center proudly presents the 2022 Women's Entrepreneurs Leadership Forum held virtually from March 30 - April 21, 2022. Join us to receive valuable information about writing business plans, marketing, and building strategic lender relationships to finance your business. This forum is for businesswomen who are in the idea/concept phase of their...

Food Series Collaborative

Want to start your own catering business? City of Dallas Small Business Center launches free 'Food Series Collaborative' Join the Food Series Collaborative - 2022 Cohort 2 Mobile Food Vendor Interest Form Mobile Food Units Interested in learning more about the City's Mobile Food Vending Zone Pilot Program.  Vendor Interest Form The Small...

Southern Dallas Investment Fund

PURPOSE The City hereby establishes and provides for the administration of the southern Dallas Investment Fund (the "Fund") to promote local economic development and to stimulate business and commercial activity in the City, in conformance with Chapter 380 of the Texas Local Government Code. The purpose of the Fund is to...

Evaluate Your Business Idea

Make sure you have a good business idea before you start a company around it. 1. Set your financial and personal goals for the business. You can only test your idea by comparing it to your goals. What is a good enough outcome to make the business worth your time and effort? What...