LAKE CHARLES, La. (AP) - A free seminar on starting and financing a small business is planned Dec. 9 at McNeese State University. The program will be held from 1-3 p.m. in Room B on the second floor of the university's SEED Center. Financing a startup, learning how to write... more »
The Small Business Development Center at UL Lafayette is hosting a Business Plan Competition. This competition is set up for July 15 through September 25th. This event is to help grow or start one small business in Lafayette. Sponsors for this event are the Lafayette Chamber, Cox Business, Home Bank,... more »
Google Maps is taking it one step further, going inside stores, and it's happening across Acadiana. It's called Google Business and only locally owned business can get in on the action.
With the click of a button, Sharper Photography owner Cory Fontenot can turn the inside of a store... more »
Monroe, Louisiana - The Louisiana Small Business Development Center (LSBDC), in collaboration with Louisiana Economic Development (LED), is hosting a statewide Step Up to Exporting Summit to connect small businesses with resources and expertise that can help them enter new markets and increase revenues from exports. During this event, participants... more »
LAKE CHARLES, La. (AP) - A seminar on starting and financing a small business is planned Aug. 4 at the Burton Business Center on the campus of McNeese State University. Scheduled from 5-7:30 p.m., the seminar is sponsored by the Louisiana Small Business Development Center at McNeese. Cost is $10... more »
The LA Small Business Development Center at UL Lafayette will be hosting a "small business record-keeping" seminar.
The event will be on Wednesday, October 20, 2010 from 10am - 2pm at the South Regional Library. For more information call: (337) -262-5344 or visit: www.acadianasmallbiz.com
In today's economy small business owners struggle more than ever to maintain-- and especially to start-- their businesses.
Rising costs of supplies and a lack of customers are among the many issues that have lead to business owners fearing the future.
Senator Mary Landrieu's Committee on Small Business... more »