Everyone writes in their job, whether for internal email exchanges or for external consumption, e.g. tweets for social media accounts, client stories, grant narratives, donor letters. For those of us in the microbusiness sector, effectively communicating our point is important to prove our impact. Join this webinar and walk through 5 steps in the writing process that will bring more punch to your writing and learn more than 10 easy-to-apply writing tips.
June 27, 2019
The results of our 2019 Member Survey are in! Thank you to everyone who took the time to give us their thoughtful answers and opinions – it will help us improve and offer better services for you and your clients. The results of the survey confirm a lot of what we already knew in terms
June 20, 2019
Don McPeck started his business with only an idea. His gourmet food truck, Mess Hall Canteen, got started thanks to The Food Network. An appearance on the show Food Truck Faceoff gave Mess Hall Canteen a vehicle — in more ways than one.
Governor Gavin Newsom’s “California for All” State Budget seeks to expand California’s Earned Income Tax Credit (CalEITC), a move that will benefit small businesses and low-and-middle-income working families. The Earned Income Tax Credit is historically seen as America’s most effective anti-poverty policy. How is the governor going to do this? By having California’s tax law
June 13, 2019
In September 2018, Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 946 – the Safe Sidewalk Vending Act – which legalized street vending in California. The passing of this bill followed 10 years of advocacy by street vendors, community organizations, and business owners. In Los Angeles, these advocates, including CAMEO member LURN, coalesced to form the LA Street Vendor Campaign.
June 6, 2019