Business.gov is sponsored by the U.S. Small Business Administration to provide small business owners with access to federal, state and local government resources from a single access point. Business.gov creates a dialogue among business owners and the organizations serving them, making government resources and information more accessible to the nation’s small business community.
The Business.gov Community is an interactive extension of the site and features a variety of discussion forums, idea exchanges and blogs that allow business owners to connect with their peers, industry experts and government representatives to ask questions, share best practices and get advice.
Did you know that the Small Business Administration offers small business owners an online forum to share information and experiences with other business owners and subject matter experts alike? Business.gov, which has long operated as the governmentâ€™s official website for small business, not only brings together resources from across government to help small businesses start-up, operate and grow, it also operates an online Community (with more than 8,000 members) that enables business owners to interact directly with government and industry professionals, while sharing information about starting and running a successful business with each other! The Community provides a forum for you to connect with other business owners for advice, camaraderie, and even potential partnerships.Each month we hope to bring you a round-up of what small business owners are talking about in the Community, what our experts have to say, and answers to common questions. Weâ€™re kicking off this month with tax season tips and resources!Mar 10, 2010 6 Shares