CAMEO Initiates Campaign to Help Unemployed BYOB-Be Their Own Boss! and Start Their own Small Business! This Labor Day CAMEO, the California Association for Micro Enterprise Opportunity, wants to celebrate by recognizing those people who are employed by their own sweat and hard work, the self-employed who create their own small businesses. San Francisco, CA
August 30, 2012: CAMEO is launching the Help Unemployed BYOB – Be Your Own Boss campaign to raise awareness about the importance of helping the unemployed create their own job and to show support for a SEA Program in California.
August 23, 2012: progress on microlending innovations, annual survey closing, programs for vets and women vets
August 16, 2012: Fill. Out. Annual. Survey. Now. Listen to webinar on free rent for your clients.
– Learn about KIMCO Realty’s KIMCO Entrepreneurs Year Start (KEYS) Program — an incubator program for entrepreneurs that offers one year of free rent and business counseling.
Jessica Nowlan got her business, Hope Solutions, off the ground thanks to help from CAMEO member Women’s Initiative for Self-Employment.
Gulf War veteran Vonita Murray got the help she needed to make her farm a success from CAMEO member Farmer Veteran Coalition.
August 9, 2012: COIN Tax credits area available for investments in CDFIs that serve low income populations; KIMCO offers business incubation and free rent for a year – attend the webinar to learn more.
To celebrate Farmers’ Market Week, Chipotle Mexican Grill is donating $1 to the Farmer-Veteran Coalition for every side of guacamole purchased at their California locations. Corporate collaborations that help small businesses invest in local communities. Heidi Pickman CAMEO 415.992.4484 San Francisco, CA To celebrate Farmers’ Market Week, Chipotle Mexican Grill is donating $1 to the
CAMEO Congratulates California CDFI Awardees That Fund Small Business CAMEO congratulates the nine California organizations who received funding from the U.S. Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund to support small business. California received $5.8 million to provide business technical assistance and loans to start-up businesses and those that want to grow. San Francisco, CA (PRWEB)