BizStarts Milwaukee works with entrepreneurs, service providers, capital connections and other resources to help launch and grow new companies. From small stores to large, scalable start-ups, BizStarts can provide the coaching and connections that help smooth the path from idea to investment.
What does SBA offer to small business owners? The programs are varied and the qualifications for each are specific. Understanding how SBA works is the first step towards receiving assistance.SBA offers a variety of loan programs for very specific purposes. Take some time to study the programs described in this section, to see if you qualify to participate. Wisconsin District Office
At WWBIC, we start with your dream. A dream of owning a business… or growing a business… or creating jobs for yourself and others. To that we add our expertise in business planning, financing, and accessing resources that will assist you in making that dream a reality. As a statewide organization, WWBIC works with both women and men by offering relevant business classes, business loans up to $100,000, assistance with your personal financial management, and connections to people who can make things happen.
Looking for small business grants for women in Wisconsin is anything but easy. A Google search will bring up a long list of sites. But most either look like scams or complicated government (Small Business Administration) sites.We’re different. WomensNet.net can help you find REAL grants, loans, and other funding for your business venture. Yes, you’re still going to have to put in some hard work and time. But if you’re serious about getting your business to the next level, you’ll find our site a big help.
The CraftFund story is firmly rooted in the “Brew City”–Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The story began with two good friends sharing a beer and discussing our passion for craft beer and the city of Milwaukee. We discussed our love for how craft beer disrupts the status quo as well as our passion for seeing our local place thrive. We also discussed visiting new places, discovering local makers, and experiencing others’ passion for where they live. It became clear that what we wanted was the ability to take ownership of our local places.