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New Law Opens More Doors for Women Entrepreneurs

President Obama Signs Into Law New Authority To Help Women Gain Equal Access To Federal Contracting Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, Maria Contreras-Sweet, applauded the signing into law of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for fiscal year 2015 today.  President Obama’s signature on the NDAA is a critical move that will now allow [...]

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Grab Your Partner

You don’t have to do it all yourself. In fact, you can’t. Entrepreneurs all have a certain amount of maverick "I can do it alone" attitude, but real success comes when we can step aside and allow others to play important roles. We do it all the time here at StartupNation. The guests that we [...]

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Reporting in from the 2005 SBA Expo!

It’s always amazing to come to the nation’s capital. We’re staying in a hotel that’s on ‘Embassy Row’ just down the way from the Embassy of Togo, and across from the Embassy of Venezuala. Very cool for a couple of boys from Michigan. In any event, we just finished Emcee’ing the kick-off evening of this [...]

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“Small Business.” Does that term apply to you?

We always like reading the work of Gwendolyn Bounds in the Wall Street Journal. This week she highlights an effort by the SBA to refine the federal agency’s definition of what a "small" business is. And, boy, the SBA needs to! For example, they have 37 different "size standards" to account for the full gamut [...]

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