Small business start-up advice and guidance
Business.gov, an initiative by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has recently launched a Gov 2.0 community website for entrepreneurs, business professionals and those thinking about starting a business to introduce themselves, get business advice, give business advice and take advantage of the programs provided by the U.S. government to facilitate the growth and development of small businesses across America.
It is widely known that small businesses account for the bulk of innovation and new jobs created in this country. The United States of America is a land of opportunity founded on the principles of entrepreneurship. In no other place in the world is it so easy to create a business and be wildly successful regardless of your race, ethnicity, cultural heritage, religion, sex, sexual orientation or age.
When you visit Community.Business.Gov, you will find tools and resources:
In addition, this website provide a forum for comments and questions. Some of the popular discussion topics include:
- Introduce yourself
- Starting and registering a business
- Self employed and home based businesses
- Loans, grants and taxes
- Government contracting
- Government resources for businesses
Visit this website and let us know if you found it helpful.