When SA’s small-business owners conceived their dreams, they likely didn’t think about the energy needed to power them. Fortunately, they didn’t have to.
More than 70 people gathered for “Capitalism: A Tool for Social Justice,” presented by the Young Professionals Network of LiftFund.
A growing number of local small, minority, and women-business enterprise owners are bidding on – and winning – local government contracts.
CommonWealth Coffeehouse is expanding its barely 3-year-old concept to no less than nine locations in San Antonio by the end of 2018.
Firstmark Credit Union has been helping people in the greater San Antonio area achieve financial success for more than 80 years.
Chatman currently has 12 employees in the kitchen, and he says he pays them well enough so they don’t have to work more than one job.
The City will use SCTRCA certifications as it selects companies that bid on forthcoming bond projects large and small.
The nonprofit was founded in San Antonio as Accion Texas in 1994 and has grown steadily into one of the largest microlenders in the United States.
Most people don’t realize that small business is the lifeblood of the economy by making up more than 97% of San Antonio employers.
LiftOff, a small business incubator and co-working space, opened its doors six months ago in a building owned by its parent company LiftFund.