Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Don’t Have an IT Department? Small Business Computer Support Can Help

Recognizing their importance, Minnesota recently unveiled a program to spur the growth of small business in the state. An article posted on the Minnesota Public Radio’s website reports that:

    A new state program will provide interest-free loan money for small businesses, Dayton administration officials said today.

    Business with 500 or fewer employees are eligible for the $6.7 million “Angel Loan Fund,” will provide seven-year loans of up to $250,000, said Katie Clark Sieben, commissioner of the state Department of Employment and Economic Development.

    “In today’s competitive business environment and tight credit environment it’s crucial we maintain our commitment to growing small businesses in Minnesota,” Sieben said. “They are the lifeblood of our economy and spur thousands of new jobs each year. This fund will continue to grow jobs across our state and leverage additional private investment now and in the years to come.”


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