Paycheck Protection Program is back! Find more information and how to apply through the Small Business Administration
During COVID-19 and beyond, the Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce is here to serve you as they advocate for the creation, growth, and general welfare of Black Business in North Texas.
The program is intended to help street level businesses with losses not covered by insurance or other means who were impacted by damage sustained during the same time as downtown demonstrations against police brutality. Grants will be capped at $5,000.
Applications for the Small Business Continuity Fund (SBCF) loan and grant program are now being accepted! Businesses can apply for either a $10,000 maximum grant or a $50,000 maximum loan.
First things first, getting your personal finances in order prior to launching a new business will reduce stress and build your confidence. This is a necessary part of evaluating your readiness for entrepreneurship, and the Dallas Public Library has materials to inspire and encourage you throughout the process.
Do you own the building your small business operates in? Are you looking to remodel, design or refurbish your old building for a new purpose? Depending on where your are located you might be eligible for the Small Business Adaptive Reuse Program through the City of Dallas.
Have you heard about the 'personal need grant' through the Federal Government? You're not alone, and you have been mislead! Continue reading to learn where to find out if your small business qualifies for a federal grant.
Here are four common ways that small and micro-businesses find funding for starting up. Learn the basics about loans, grants, venture capital and angel investors or whether or not you should borrow money from your friends and family.
Should your business be structured as a nonprofit? Here are some other things you should consider prior to opening your business whether it is a for-profit with a social mission or a not-for-profit.