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More Data in the Census Bureau API to Help You #hackforchange

Tue, 2014-06-10 13:46

Guest blog post by Logan Powell, Developer Engagement Lead, U.S. Census BureauTwo years ago, the Census Bureau launched its application programming interface (API), giving developers access to a variety of high value data sets, including our flagship 2010 Census and American Community Survey five-year statistics, providing information for every neighborhood in the nation.

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SBA Announces Boots to Business: Reboot

Tue, 2014-06-10 13:17

The Small Business Administration (SBA) will host Boots to Business: Reboot, an entrepreneurship training course for Veterans in twelve cities across the U.S.  Each event, led by SBA Resource Partners and industry experts from Syracuse University’s Institute for Veteran and Military Families (IVMF), will host up to 100 Veterans for a two-day Introduction to Entrepreneurship class.

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Manufacturing: A New Commerce Department Report Shows Renewed Expansion

Tue, 2014-06-10 10:00

Guest blog post by Dr.Sue Helper, Chief
Economist, U.S. Department of CommerceThe U.S. manufacturing sector is rebounding at a rate unseen
since the late 1990s.  For the first time
in more than a decade, output and employment are steadily and simultaneously increasing.
A new Commerce Department report, Manufacturing Since the Great Recession, provides an overview of the resurgence
of this important economic sector, examining production, international trade

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Celebrate our Natural Treasures During National Ocean Month

Tue, 2014-06-10 09:45

June is not only the beginning of summer, it’s also Oceans Month. President Obama proclaimed June as Oceans Month as a way to reaffirm our responsibility to keep our oceans and coastal ecosystems healthy and resilient. Our oceans are natural treasures, a source of food and energy, and a foundation for our way of life. U.S. fisheries play an enormous role in the nation’s economy.

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Are You Prepared to Be A Leader When A Disaster Hits Your Small Business?

Thu, 2014-06-05 17:27

Most employees at small businesses worry about their safety in the event of an emergency, according to a recent survey by Staples, Inc.  And those fears range from “does my company have an emergency plan in place?” to “what happens to my paycheck if this place had to close for a few days because of a power outage?”

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Are You Prepared to Be A Leader When A Disaster Hits Your Small Business?

Thu, 2014-06-05 17:27

Most employees at small businesses worry about their safety in the event of an emergency, according to a recent survey by Staples, Inc.  And those fears range from “does my company have an emergency plan in place?” to “what happens to my paycheck if this place had to close for a few days because of a power outage?”

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Are You Prepared to Be A Leader When A Disaster Hits Your Small Business?

Thu, 2014-06-05 17:27

Most employees at small businesses worry about their safety in the event of an emergency, according to a recent survey by Staples, Inc.  And those fears range from “does my company have an emergency plan in place?” to “what happens to my paycheck if this place had to close for a few days because of a power outage?”

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Using a "POEM" to Improve Your Social Media Strategy

Thu, 2014-06-05 16:09

It’s frustrating to see small businesses give up on social media as a marketing channel after just a few months of effort. Usually the heart of the problem is a weak or nonexistent content marketing strategy. Without a strategy, there can be no meaningful, long-term engagement.
 

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Using a "POEM" to Improve Your Social Media Strategy

Thu, 2014-06-05 16:09

It’s frustrating to see small businesses give up on social media as a marketing channel after just a few months of effort. Usually the heart of the problem is a weak or nonexistent content marketing strategy. Without a strategy, there can be no meaningful, long-term engagement.
 

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Using a "POEM" to Improve Your Social Media Strategy

Thu, 2014-06-05 16:09

It’s frustrating to see small businesses give up on social media as a marketing channel after just a few months of effort. Usually the heart of the problem is a weak or nonexistent content marketing strategy. Without a strategy, there can be no meaningful, long-term engagement.
 

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