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The Latin American Institute of Electronic Commerce (eCommerce Institute) is a regional non-profit organization that develops and supports the Digital Economy in the different countries of Latin America with the aim of promoting initiatives that consolidate and promote the business world through the Internet.

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LOWE'S INCREASES ITS SMALL BUSINESS GRANTS TO $55M, PLEDGES ANOTHER $25M FOR RURAL COMMUNITIES

Lowe's Companies, Inc. | July 17, 2020

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In response to the overwhelming need to help support small businesses across the country, Lowe's Companies, Inc. is announcing it is increasing its minority small business grants from $25 million to $30 million while donating an additional $25 million to its small business grant program with the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), doubling the amount already committed. The additional funds will focus on rural communities, which have been hard hit by the pandemic. The total $55 mill...

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MARKET FOR SMALL BUSINESSES REBOUNDS AFTER 4 QUARTERLY DROPS

The Business Journal | February 04, 2020

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The market for small businesses rebounded in the last three months of 2019 after four straight quarterly declines caused in part by uncertainty about U.S. trade policy. That’s the finding of a report analyzing business sales released by BizBuySell.com, an online marketplace for companies. BizBuySell.com counted 2,340 small businesses sold during October-December, up nearly 2.3% from 2,288 sold in the same period of 2018. For all of 2019, sales fell 5.5% to 9,746 from 10,312 the previous ye...

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THE STRONGEST BUSINESS LEADERS IN THE COVID-19 ERA MIGHT BE STARTUP COMPANIES

The American Genius: Business Entrepreneur News | April 15, 2020

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nvestors and leadership from tech and startup companies are stepping up during the coronavirus pandemic by funding treatment and vaccine research, manufacturing protective gear for healthcare workers, and distributing essential goods and/or services. As the healthcare system is strained by effects of COVID-19, production, distribution, and funding channels are all experiencing major disruptions. Help is coming from Silicon Valley where startups thrive on flexibility, eager investors, and a willi...

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RMS PARTNERS WITH FULCRUM DIGITAL TO DELIVER SECURE AND SCALABLE SOLUTIONS IN THE FINTECH PAYMENTS SPACE

Fulcrum Digital | September 18, 2021

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Retail Merchant Services (RMS), a flexible payment solution for small businesses across the UK and Ireland, has partnered with Fulcrum Digital, a leading business platform, and digital engineering services company. Fulcrum Digital will support RMS in its rapid digital transformation to deliver a superior digital customer experience and creating a diverse portfolio of technology-driven products and solutions for the payments industry. The pandemic disrupted almost every sector, and...

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LOWE'S INCREASES ITS SMALL BUSINESS GRANTS TO $55M, PLEDGES ANOTHER $25M FOR RURAL COMMUNITIES

Lowe's Companies, Inc. | July 17, 2020

In response to the overwhelming need to help support small businesses across the country, Lowe's Companies, Inc. is announcing it is increasing its minority small business grants from $25 million to $30 million while donating an additional $25 million to its small business grant program with the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), doubling the amount already committed. The additional funds will focus on rural communities, which have been hard hit by the pandemic. The total $55 mill...

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MARKET FOR SMALL BUSINESSES REBOUNDS AFTER 4 QUARTERLY DROPS

The Business Journal | February 04, 2020

The market for small businesses rebounded in the last three months of 2019 after four straight quarterly declines caused in part by uncertainty about U.S. trade policy. That’s the finding of a report analyzing business sales released by BizBuySell.com, an online marketplace for companies. BizBuySell.com counted 2,340 small businesses sold during October-December, up nearly 2.3% from 2,288 sold in the same period of 2018. For all of 2019, sales fell 5.5% to 9,746 from 10,312 the previous ye...

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THE STRONGEST BUSINESS LEADERS IN THE COVID-19 ERA MIGHT BE STARTUP COMPANIES

The American Genius: Business Entrepreneur News | April 15, 2020

nvestors and leadership from tech and startup companies are stepping up during the coronavirus pandemic by funding treatment and vaccine research, manufacturing protective gear for healthcare workers, and distributing essential goods and/or services. As the healthcare system is strained by effects of COVID-19, production, distribution, and funding channels are all experiencing major disruptions. Help is coming from Silicon Valley where startups thrive on flexibility, eager investors, and a willi...

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FINANCE

RMS PARTNERS WITH FULCRUM DIGITAL TO DELIVER SECURE AND SCALABLE SOLUTIONS IN THE FINTECH PAYMENTS SPACE

Fulcrum Digital | September 18, 2021

Retail Merchant Services (RMS), a flexible payment solution for small businesses across the UK and Ireland, has partnered with Fulcrum Digital, a leading business platform, and digital engineering services company. Fulcrum Digital will support RMS in its rapid digital transformation to deliver a superior digital customer experience and creating a diverse portfolio of technology-driven products and solutions for the payments industry. The pandemic disrupted almost every sector, and...

Read More