Small business owners in San Diego whose buildings are in need of a facelift can get some help from the city with the Storefront Improvement Program (SIP). The SIP takes … Continue reading
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Small business owners in San Diego whose buildings are in need of a facelift can get some help from the city with the Storefront Improvement Program (SIP). The SIP takes … Continue reading →
When talking about small business development, an airport may not be the first place that comes to mind, but in San Diego, the San Diego International Airport is doing its part … Continue reading →
If you run a small business that wants to win government contracts at the federal, state and local level, the San Diego Contracting Opportunities Center (SDCOC) may be able to … Continue reading →
So, we’ve made it to the end of our journey to assess whether a small business should be a part of your future. By this point you should have: determined … Continue reading →
Welcome to part five in our series on assessing whether starting a small business is right for you. Now that you’ve determined that you are capable of running a small … Continue reading →
This is part four in our series on assessing whether starting a small business is right for you. Now that you’ve got some business ideas down on paper, it’s time … Continue reading →
This is the third part in our series that explores if starting a small business is right for you. The first two parts covered the Assessment Phase and the Idea … Continue reading →
Last week we looked at the Assessment Phase of starting a new business. This week, we will go through the Idea Phase. Regardless of whether or not you have a … Continue reading →
Before you jump in with starting a new business, there are several considerations you must take into account. As much as we wish it was possible, you can’t just wish … Continue reading →
Entrepreneurs come from all types of people, but there are a few attributes that all entrepreneurs share. If you are thinking of going into business for yourself, here are 10 … Continue reading →
Primary Funding Corporation provides Alternative Business Financing Solutions to businesses. We help companies in just about every industry ranging in size from start-up to $25 million in revenue. Our financing products include Accounts Receivable Financing, Asset-Based Lines, and Equipment Loans. Loans made or arranged pursuant to the California Finance Lenders Law, License 6034157.
Primary Funding supports Community organizations such as the North Hispanic Chamber of Commerce