JPMorgan Chase released a report on Small Business Financial Outcomes during the Onset of COVID-19.
McKinsey published a report on COVID-19’s effect on minority small businesses in the United States.
According to SBA’s 2020 Small Business Profile, 97.8% of California’s businesses have fewer than 20 employees.
The SBA Office of Advocacy released the fact sheet Small Business Employment Plummets.
Tricolor Auto Group, LLC released the white paper Responsible Lending in Subprime Automotive Finance.
Facebook conducted a survey in partnership with the Small Business Roundtable of small and medium-sized businesses to gauge the impact of COVID-19.
The U.S. Census Bureau released the 2018 Annual Business Survey, providing data on minority- and women-owned businesses.
The Federal Reserve published Perspectives from Main Street: The Impact of COVID-19 on Communities and the Entities Serving Them.
ICIC’s most recent paper discusses which communities are most vulnerable to economic collapse during the coronavirus crisis.
SBA Office of Advocacy published Small Business Facts: Early Data Show Severe Disruptions, providing information about recent developments amidst the pandemic.
The Federal Reserve published 2020 Small Business Credit Survey – Report on Employer Firms.
Small Business Majority has released a California Poll which found that 92% of California’s small businesses have been harmed by COVID-19.
The Federal Reserve published the report Can Small Firms Weather The Economic Effects of COVID-19?.
The California Budget and Policy Center released a report analyzing the Coronavirus federal response package and its implications for Californians.
CDFI Friendly America released a white paper introducing their strategy for smaller cities and towns.
SBA has released new data on SBA-guaranteed lending programs, featuring a customizable interface.
The National Coalition for Community Capital published a free Community Investment Fund Handbook.
E2 published a report that explores the powerful connection between community quality of life and thriving entrepreneurial ecosystems.
Causes Count: the Economic Power of California’s Nonprofit Sector – New Findings is a report that explores vital aspects of California’s nonprofit community.
The Democracy at Work Institute released their 2019 Worker Cooperative Economic Census.
A new report from SBA Advocacy shows that older workers with health limitations are less likely to leave the labor force if they are self-employed.
NWBC released their Annual Report for FY 2019, “Advancing Women Entrepreneurs. Growing America’s Economy.”
CalSavers published a year-end report on the program’s 2019 highlights.
Thumbtack released the results of its first survey of small business owners in the 2020 presidential election.
The Richmond Fed’s recent report, CDFIs by the Numbers, provides findings from the 2019 Federal Reserve CDFI Survey.
The SBA Office of Advocacy published the Small Business Economic Bulletin for October 2019.
Public Private Strategies released their new report, Small Business, Big Impact: Philanthropy’s Untapped Opportunity to Advance Health and Equity.
CalNonprofits released a sneak peek of their new report, Causes Count: The Economic Impact of California’s Nonprofit Sector.
The Commonwealth Fund published a report that shows how small business owners across America are dealing with healthcare costs and solutions they are interested in.
“Small Business, Big Dreams” provides a nuanced narrative about the challenges to wealth building through entrepreneurship in low-income communities.
“Money Where Our Mouths Are” reveals that it’s much harder for female founders in agri-tech to raise money for their ventures than it is for their male counterparts.
NCRC released a mystery shopping white paper that revealed inferior treatment of minority business owners at banks in Los Angeles.
The 2019 Roadmap to Shared Prosperity outlines the California Economic Summit’s plans to advance progress in the state.
A report by the SBA Office of Advocacy found that small banks devoted larger shares of their assets to small business loans, while large banks issued a higher total volume of small business loans.