City Announces Launch of $135,000 Women’s Entrepreneurship Fund to Support Women-Owned Small Businesses in San Francisco

Media Contact: Marianne Thompson, Office of Economic and Workforce Development
(415) 554-6297, Marianne.Thompson@sfgov.org

City Announces Launch of $135,000 Women’s Entrepreneurship Fund to Support Women-Owned Small Businesses in San Francisco

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City Approves New Small Businesses to the Legacy Business Registry

For Immediate Release: Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Press Contact: Gloria Chan, 415-554-6926, Gloria.Chan@sfgov.org

 

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BABYLON BURNING, THE MINDFUL BODY, THE PLOUGH AND STARS, SLIM’S AND THE LAB APPROVED BY
SF SMALL BUSINESS COMMISSION FOR THE LEGACY BUSINESS REGISTRY

 

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Groundbreaking Construction Training Program Provides Job Opportunities to SF's Most Disadvantaged Residents

For Immediate Release: Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Press Contact: Gloria Chan, (415) 554-6926, Gloria.chan@sfgov.org

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San Francisco, CA—Today, Mayor Mark Farrell, the Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD), and community and labor partners celebrated the expansion of the Mayor’s Gleneagles Academy, a collaborative effort to link to local residents in Visitacion Valley with hands-on job training programs.

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Mayor Mark Farrell Announces $30 Million Tax Credit Support For Non-Profit and Businesses That Will Revitalize San Francisco Communities

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San Francisco, CA –Mayor Mark Farrell today announced that the City has been awarded $30 million in tax credits to support private investment in non-profits and businesses that will help revitalize San Francisco’s most economically distressed communities. 

 

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OEWD Announces $2.8 million RFP for Neigbhborhood Economic and Workforce Services

 

San Francisco, CA— The Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD) announced Request for Proposals (RFP) to deliver neighborhood, business, and workforce services. This $2.8 million investment will allow local community based organizations to apply and deliver programs that strengthen neighborhood corridors and create strong pathways to jobs while ensuring a strong, vibrant, and diverse economy for San Francisco.
 

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The Office of Economic and Workforce Development Activates the Small Business Disaster Relief Fund in Response to Fire on West Portal

San Francisco, CA—In response to a three-alarm fire on West Portal Avenue last night, Mayor Mark Farrell has directed the Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD) to activate the Small Business Disaster Relief Fund. The fund will allow the three business that were impacted to access up to 10K in funds for inventory replacement, equipment purchases, security deposits for a new lease, employee salaries, or other expenses to stabilize cash flow. It is designed to provide businesses with capital as they assess damages and compile resources to safely and effectively reopen. 

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SBC Approves Four More Businesses to the Legacy Business Registry

San Francisco, CA — On Monday, December 11, four businesses, Beck’s Motor Lodge, Eddie’s Café, Little Joe’s Pizzeria and One Twenty For Hair were unanimously approved by the San Francisco Small Business Commission for the Legacy Business Registry. The Registry recognizes longstanding, community-serving businesses as valuable cultural assets to the city. There are currently 119 small businesses on the Legacy Business Registry.

Beck’s Motor Lodge: 2222 Market Street

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