Audrianne Adams Lee wasn’t sure what she was getting into when she was accepted into the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program.
But the owner of HR NETwork Inc. soon learned what the program could do for her small business of five employees (including herself). It has since grown to nine employees (plus two contractors) and has branched out to offer all different levels of human resources services to other small businesses. “It turned out being something great,” she said of the program.
The Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program is where small business owners receive the tools and support that they need to develop a customized growth plan that will take their business to the next level as well as gain practical skills they can immediately put into action.
Norwood Clark, Chef/Owner, Darrow’s New Orleans Grill runs a family-owned, food-service business serving Cajun/Creole cuisine in Carson, California.
CEO, Mori West, has ACUCLAIMS Professional Acupuncture & Chiropractic Billing Services poised for growth!
Lana Farfan, owner and lead photographer at Caught in the Moment Photography recognized by Assemblyman Patrick O’Donnell as one of Long Beach’s 2016 Women of Distinction in the Arts.
This new report by Babson College advances knowledge and ideas for fostering a vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem that best supports ongoing small business growth and job creation in America.
Barriers to small business growth through the lens of Goldman Sachs' Lloyd Blankfein, with Michael Bloomberg, Warren Buffett, and Michael Porter.
"Graduates Of Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program Continue To Outpace National Growth Averages" - This third report from Babson College highlights progress made by more than 3,500 small business owners over the span of 30 months.
"Goldman Sachs Launches 10,000 Small Businesses in Rhode Island," marking the first-ever statewide launch for the program. Goldman Sachs and the Goldman Sachs Foundation are committing $10 million in capital and philanthropic support to help create jobs and generate economic growth in local small businesses.
Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Provides $5 million to Bridgeway Capital to stimulate growth and job creation across Pittsburgh and western Pennsylvania, as a continuing part of the company's commitment to support economic growth and job creation by providing business education and access to capital to small businesses.
Goldman Sachs and Surdna Foundation Program Awards $50,000 to Meda for Accelerated Growth in Lending to Entrepreneurs of Color, who have historically had a lack of access to capital.