Topic - Small Business

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A conversation with ... Kou Vang of JB Realty

Community Dividend speaks with Kou Vang, a Hmong business leader, about credit availability and the economic evolution of the Twin Cities Hmong community.
August 2003 - Community Dividend

Credit availability: A snapshot of the Hmong business community in Minneapolis and St. Paul

A Federal Reserve study examines credit markets from the borrowers' perspective
Arthur J. Rolnick, David Fettig
August 2003 - Community Dividend

Fed luncheon focuses on credit access in the Twin Cities Hmong community

Lenders, community development professionals and small business owners gathered in St. Paul to discuss lessons learned from the Federal Reserve's study of credit access in the Twin Cities Hmong commun
Paula Woessner
August 2003 - Community Dividend

Linking immigrants to farming opportunities

For immigrants in the Twin Cities area, farming is a source of income, opportunity, and independence.
Devon Idstrom
August 2003 - Community Dividend

New Minnesota capital fund launched

August 2003 - Community Dividend

The Lakota Fund receives grant

August 2003 - Community Dividend

Indian business groups receive grants

November 2002 - Community Dividend

Wisconsin commission receives Pioneer Award

November 2002 - Community Dividend

A conversation with ... Wafiq Fannoun and Hussein Samatar

Community Dividend discusses Islamic financing with Wafiq Fannoun, business development specialist at Northside Residents Redevelopment Countil, and Hussein Samatar, a small business banking
August 2002 - Community Dividend

Alternative financing: Issues and opportunities for lenders and interest-averse populations

There is great demand among Muslims and certain other faith-based populations for alternative financial products that will provide access to credit in a manner consistent with their religious beliefs.
Nikki Foster, Nicole Bennett, Margaret Tyndall
August 2002 - Community Dividend

A conversation with ... Jay Kayne and Don Macke

Community Dividend discusses rural entrepreneurship with Jay Kayne, vice president of community and policy at the Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, and Don Macke, project coordi
November 2001 - Community Dividend

Entrepreneurship in rural communities: An emerging strategy presents opportunities and challenges

As rural America faces mounting challenges, some communities are turning to entrepreneurship as a strategy for success.
Nikki Foster
November 2001 - Community Dividend

Montana firm receives SBA award

November 2001 - Community Dividend

Business ownership increases for Native Americans

August 2001 - Community Dividend

Mongolia: Ancient country works through daunting economic challenges

As a consultant to a lending institution in Mongolia in the summer of 2000, Community Affairs Analyst Thomas Moore got a firsthand look at the country's transition from communism to a free market econ
Paula Woessner
August 2001 - Community Dividend

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