Wednesday, August 16, 2017
 
 
Raymondville Entrepreneur Educated at Small Business Seminar
A Raymondville woman is educating herself on loans to start a small business.
 
One Million Cups - Edgewood Creamery - 8/15/17
One Million Cups - Edgewood Creamery - 8/15/17
 
Our Town Ripon: J's BBQ
Our Town Ripon: J's BBQ
 
Seamstress 081117
Seamstress 081117
 
Back to school uptown cheapskate
back to school shopping
 
Bear Butt Hammocks
hammocking
 
Gulf Coast Regional Tech Summit
Small local business are taking steps to further our region’s marine industries during a workshop at the University of Southern Mississippi. A group of small business leaders from Louisiana to Florida took part in the first day of the Gulf Coast Regional Technology Summit. The event is put on by the Marine Industries Science and Technology Cluster, a group of regional organizations using their technology to support our marine industries. The goal of the workshop is to help small businesses grasp the attention of federal agencies to help fund innovations aimed at furthering research. Director of Business and Innovation Assistance Center at Stennis Joseph Graben said, “They put out solicitations every year of things they’re needing, innovations that can help them carry out their agency needs, but also may have commercial potential and so they are allowing these applied research funded projects that can be somewhere between half a million to a million dollars for small businesses to develop innovations that the agencies need.” The workshop was held by the Greenwood Consulting Group.
 
Governor's Small Business Forum looks at city challenges
Governor's Small Business Forum looks at city challenges
 
Savvy Curls
natural curl without heat
 
Governor's Small Business Forum
El Paso will host a Governor’s Small Business Forum on August 10, 2017.
 



Anchor Awards
Small business and non-profit organizations were the stars of the show this morning in Jackson County. The ninth annual Anchor Awards highlighted the accomplishments and hard work of 29 nominees. Compton Engineering took home the small business category one award and Community Bank took category two. Whimsy Books and Toys received the rookie business award. Feeding the Gulf Coast won non-profit organization of the year. An anonymous committee chooses the winners, but officials tell News 25 all small businesses and non-profits are essential for success in the county. Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Chairman Lee Bond said, “It’s a chance for us to spotlight and recognize a lot of our small businesses here in Jackson County that are really the heart and soul of this county. It’s a real blessing to operate a business in Jackson County and in this event we’ll recognize some of those small businesses today.” The 29 nominees employ over 2,000 employees total. The Jackson County Chamber of Commerce hosted the awards at the Pelican Landing Conference Center in Moss Point.
 
Ocracoke School Supplies
Ocracoke School Supplies
 
8-9 Reliance Bank: SBX Lending
Lindsey Riley discusses SBX Lending services available at Reliance Bank.
 
Freeman Hospital - Women Services 2017
They provide multiple services for women from mammograms to biopsies ....
 
1 Million Cups - RefineM - 8/8/17
1 Million Cups - RefineM - 8/8/17
 
MoneyTips
Your daily 30 Second Download on MoneyTips
 
boss for women
boss for women
 
Branson auto shop owner addresses issues with customer
A complaint made by the customer was made on social media.
 
The Great Room Showcases their Consignment Shop
The Great Room Showcases their Consignment Shop
 
1 Million Cups - Metro Shine Company - 8/1/17
1 Million Cups - Metro Shine Company - 8/1/17
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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