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Small Business Saturday draws 40+ Lehigh Valley participants. Here are their deals. - lehighvalleylive.com

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Small Business Saturday draws 40+ Lehigh Valley participants. Here are their deals. - lehighvalleylive.comSmall Business Saturday draws 40+ Lehigh Valley participants. Here are their deals. - lehighvalleylive.comPosted: 30 May 2020 05:22 AM PDT More than 40 Lehigh Valley small business owners Saturday will be offering virtual deals on what they say will be one of their biggest shopping sales annually.Small Business Saturday typically is timed for following Black Friday in November. The nationwide effort for the past decade encourages communities to shop local as it kicks off the busiest shopping season of the year.The chamber is moving this year to hold the event twice -- this time with social distancing -- as many businesses struggle to survive financially during the coronavirus pandemic. Gov. Tom Wolf ordered all non-life-sustaining businesses to close their doors on March 19. Restaurants were then forced to offer menu items by takeout only with curbside pickup or delivery.Lehigh Val…

Beyond The Brand: How These Two Women Help Small Food Businesses Stand Out - Forbes

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Before you launch, know the back-office realities of startup life - Chattanooga Times Free Press

Three Ways To Ensure Your Success Working At A StartUp - Forbes

Euro machine learning startup plans NYC rental platform, the punch list goes digital & other proptech news - The Real Deal

New England Entrepreneur Weighs in on Rhody's Startup Scene (and More) - American Inno

CBIC launches new series on founding startups - - CBS19 News

Airbnb-inspired startup Neighbor raises $10M to crack self-storage puzzle - PitchBook News & Analysis

2020 Vision: What You Missed at Austin Inno's Startups to Watch Event [Gallery] - American Inno

Startup Aims to Help Parkinson's Patients Stay Mobile - Medical Device and Diagnostics Industry

Startup Aims to Help Parkinson's Patients Stay MobileMedical Device and Diagnostics Industry

Dallas-Based Rideshare Startup Ventures into New Territory - Government Technology

New England Entrepreneur Weighs in on Rhody's Startup Scene (and More) - American Inno

Self-driving shuttle startup May Mobility shakes up senior management - Crain's Detroit Business

Airbnb quietly acquired payments startup Bold Financial Technologies in 2016 - Business Insider

Chicago Startup Funding Tops $164M in January - American Inno

Main Street awards bestowed - Sampson Independent

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Main Street awards bestowed - Sampson IndependentMain Street awards bestowed - Sampson IndependentA simple way to save newspapers – subscribe - The Times-Independent'Scream' signals sense of joy, relief | News, Sports, Jobs - Evening ObserverMain Street awards bestowed - Sampson IndependentPosted: 31 Jan 2020 05:01 AM PST The Sampson County Public Works Department and director Lin Reynolds were bestowed the Public Partner Award for improvements made to the Sampson County Courthouse. - Tonya Parrish, of Royal Gifts and Fine China, was honored with the Extra Effort Business Award, given for efforts to promote and raise funds to move the dowtown forward. - Soaps by Jess received the Best Promotional or Marketing Effort, given to Jessica and Wally Bashlor, for their use of social media and other promotional activities to market their business and the downtown. - Dr. Max Raynor of Professional Eye Care (pictured) and Cary Taylor, owner of the building in which Powell'…

A Nonprofit Fights Poverty by Helping Small Producers Grow Their Business - The Chronicle of Philanthropy

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A Nonprofit Fights Poverty by Helping Small Producers Grow Their Business - The Chronicle of PhilanthropyA Nonprofit Fights Poverty by Helping Small Producers Grow Their Business - The Chronicle of PhilanthropyBeyond The Brand: How These Two Women Help Small Food Businesses Stand Out - ForbesThe urgent case for investing small and local - GenerocityA Nonprofit Fights Poverty by Helping Small Producers Grow Their Business - The Chronicle of PhilanthropyPosted: 31 Jan 2020 05:00 AM PST This week's Business of Giving features Will Warshauer, chief executive of TechnoServe, which connects small farmers and entrepreneurs with large corporations to help fight poverty."We work with some of the great corporations in the world — Coca-Cola, Unilever, Nespresso, and so on — but we don't ask them to be philanthropic. We take them a hard business case and say, "This is great for your bottom line. And by the way, in executing this, you're going to take thousands or tens of thou…