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Online Small Business Financing Platform Reveals Record Year for Latino-Owned Businesses

latino owned business

Biz2Credit is an online small business financing platform that uses technology to streamline the funding process. It was founded in 2007 by Rohit Arora. The platform handles more than 5,000 new loan applications each month and was named one of Crain’s “Fast 50” New York companies in 2014. One of the rankings it produces on […]

Five Things to Get Your Business Ready for the Holiday Shopping Season

Five Things to Get Your Business Ready for the Holiday Shopping Season

Your friends may be posting clever memes about the holiday season starting too early. For business owners, it cannot start too soon. This is a time for boosting profits and minimizing stress. These are the final months of the year and if November and December are your busy season, then these are five things you […]

Buy Local This Holiday Shopping Season in Mercer County

Buy Local This Holiday Shopping Season in Mercer County

Mercer County is home to approximately 4,000 independently owned and operated businesses. They are the backbone of a community known for its highly skilled workforce, renowned educational institutions and high quality of life. From the retail industry to the service sector, Mercer County ranks as one of the most attractive locations to call home and […]

Top-Tier Event Celebrates Latinx Business Boom

Top-Tier Event Celebrates Latinx Business Boom

We are living in the era of a new mainstream economy. It is driven, in large part, by Latino entrepreneurs, consumers and workers. In September 2019, at the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, with the collaboration of Wells Fargo, a top-tier business and media event was launched. It is called L’ATTITUDE. In alignment with Wells Fargo’s […]

Small Businesses and the Benefits of Charitable Contributions

Small Businesses and the Benefits o

As a brand-new small business owner, you may not be feeling inclined to give money away. After all, the whole idea was to get that cash flowing in the opposite direction. Guess what? That cash flows from consumers, and consumers like companies to support charitable causes. So, start with your business plan. Incorporate charitable donations, […]

Visit NJBAC’s Office of Small Business Advocacy

Small Business Advocacy

The New Jersey Business Action Center (“NJBAC”) is a business advocacy team located within the New Jersey Department of State dedicated to solving problems and maximizing growth opportunities for businesses of all sizes. It is a resource that helps business owners get answers from government agencies, all at no cost and strictly confidential. NJBAC is […]

Four Questions Your Small Business Should Ask When a Contract is Breached

Four Questions Your Small Business Should Ask When a Contract is Breached

Like a good story, all contracts have a beginning, middle and an end. However, there are several ways a contract might end. Hopefully, contracts are performed as expected. Some, however, are lawfully terminated. Others are breached. When a breach occurs, it is often unexpected, frustrating and possibly threatening. Breach of contract is a legal matter. However, […]

Is an Oral Contract a Valid Agreement?

Is an Oral Contract a Valid Agreement

Is an oral contract a valid agreement? A contract is normally thought of as a document. It includes features like the parties involved, each party’s obligations and penalties for failure to abide by the terms of the agreement.  There must be a written agreement to have a binding arrangement between two parties, right? While this […]

Immigrant-Owned Small Businesses Are a Critical Component of NJ’s Economy

Main Street Businesses

According to an article in New Jersey Policy Perspective, small “Main Street” businesses like grocery stores, hair salons and restaurants are more likely to be owned by immigrants, rather than native-born residents. These businesses are responsible for almost $1 billion in annual economic activity. They are also critical to downtowns and local economies across the […]

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