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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

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We continue to work hard to change that by donating our time and talents to:

Maintain a National Economic Development Resource Directory where we list your agency and other local government and nonprofit technical assistance resources. Multiple search options allow you to search by industry-speak and individuals to search by terms common to them, such as funding, marketing, startup, workforce, women, government contracts, import, export and more!

Promote Economic Development in Social & Traditional Media, such as in Facebook, Twitter, Delicious, Digg, blog, Wall Street Journal, IBM Learning Series, WPIX NYC News, Business Week, and many others.

Build Public/Private Collaboration with the IRS, SBA, SBDC, SCORE, IBM, The World Bank, State Economic Development, and many others to promote awareness, access and use of small business assistance resources as a free, non-commercial public service that is privately sustained through educational underwriters.

As further options for leveraging your scarce time and resources to drive economic recovery efforts through small business development and growth activities, we invite you to:

* Update or Add program information at any time
* Connect with other technical assistance programs
* Link to the resource directory to help users find more technical assistance

* Subscribe to receive technical assistance updates

Through our collective efforts, we can help many more individuals to succeed in business as well as drive economic recovery and shared prosperity. Thank you.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the valuable post! I checked out the site and found quite a bit of help there for my business. There's stuff specifically for veterans as well as others!