Author - Angi Schreiber

Business Resources for U.S. Veterans – November 2022

The GRID November 2022 Newsletter - Provides over 13 business resources for U.S. Veterans to start or grow their small business. Check out the veteran entrepreneur training through Google, learn how veterans have access to the Federal Surplus Program, discover an entrepreneur portal through the Department of Veteran Affairs, and...

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August Quick Links

Check out these additional links to stay connected on news and resources for small business. How to Prep for a Cybersecurity Interview, How to Avoid Predatory Lending, 12 Funding Options for Entrepreneurs, Inflation is Crushing Rural America and May Drive People to the Cities, and find out how Create Wisconsin...

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Employee Incentives to Help Your Company Stand Out

Article Written By:  Chelsea Lamb (chelsea@businesspop.net) For decades, many companies have provided their employees with benefits like paid time off (PTO), sick days, health care, and 401(k) contributions. But millennials and Gen Zers are looking for more from their current and potential employers, which is why so many businesses (large, medium,...

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June Quick Links

Get connected to the latest small business news and resources. Join The GRID in celebrating Pride Month and learn about free resources to support LGBTQ owned businesses. Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce – https://wislgbtchamber.com/ LGBT Funders– https://lgbtfunders.org/covid-19-response/ Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation Diverse Business Development– https://wedc.org/programs-and-resources/diverse-business-development/ U.S. Small Business Administration supports the LGBTQ business community...

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Flowers from the Heart on Fifth

Celebrating Pride Month

June is Pride Month and to celebrate we are highlighting Northwoods business founder, Bruce Walentowski of Crandon. Bruce discovered his passion for the floral industry during his teenage years. While working at the local grocery store, Bruce met a lady that operated a floral business out of her home. Shortly...

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