November 29, 2018
Jen Musty launched Batter Bakery in 2008 after two years of working on her plan and recipes. Since then, Batter has grown from a one-woman business to a full-fledged local bakery that’s made a name for itself alongside several iconic San Francisco favorites. During its first years, Batter’s only retail spot was a tiny kiosk on a corner of San Francisco’s Financial District.
The holiday season is in full swing and we are happy to see it kick off with some great news for small businesses around the country. Small Business Saturday, which took place on November 24, was a resounding success. Shoppers visited small, independent retailers and restaurants and reported spending an estimated $17.8 billion – a record high, according to a recent survey.
November 20, 2018
November 15, 2018
Global Cash Flow Analysis is a critical part of small business lending underwriting that takes a holistic view of the business owner’s entire cash situation – because looking at the business alone does not provide the whole story, specially of microbusinesses. Whether you’re a microlender or business assistance provider – help your clients get the best loan they can by understanding their financial situation.
From the SBA: SBA Stands Ready to Assist California Businesses and Residents Affected by the Wildfires SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Low-interest federal disaster loans are now available to California businesses and residents as a result of President Trump’s major disaster declaration, U.S. Small Business Administration Administrator Linda McMahon announced. The declaration covers Butte, Los Angeles, and Ventura counties as
The national economy kicks into high gear around this time of year. And it’s around this time of year that we like to remind everyone why shopping locally is so important and why shopping local is mission critical for CAMEO. It is better for the local economy. Small business owners tend to spend the money
November 8, 2018
Mother-and-daughter Rosario Sotelo and Rodnia Attiq are the owners of El Borrego, the first restaurant in San Diego to serve lamb barbacoa. While El Borrego is now a full-service restaurant, they started out very small almost fifteen years ago by selling barbacoa under a tent in a driveway on the weekends. By word-of-mouth, Rosario and Rodnia’s customers started telling their friends about “El Borrego,” which means “the lamb.”