Tag: PA Business One-Stop Shop

Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Tom Wolf announced that opening a business in Pennsylvania just became easier with the creation of PA Business One-Stop Shop Registration Checklist. This tool will help small business owners and entrepreneurs more easily access necessary licenses, permits, forms, and contact information personalized for the needs of their company in just […]
Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today announced the reinvestment of $5.5 million from the New PA Venture Capital Investment Program into four venture capital funds to support the growth of early-stage Pennsylvania companies. “Supporting small businesses means investing wisely in early-stage companies that just need a little bit of funding to take off,” said […]
Pennsylvania has a reputation for visionary leaders and entrepreneurs with can-do spirit, from Benjamin Franklin and Rachel Carson to Andrew Carnegie and Cecil B. Moore. Right from the beginning, our residents were willing to work hard, develop revolutionary new ideas, and take a risk in sharing them with the world. Today’s Pennsylvania is no different […]
Lewisburg, PA – Today, Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) Secretary Dennis Davin joined local leaders for a walking tour of small businesses in downtown Lewisburg, Union County, as part of Small Business Week. Secretary Davin discussed Wolf Administration initiatives like the PA Business One-Stop Shop, which help promote entrepreneurship, develop a stronger workforce, […]
Pennsylvania offers many resources for minority-owned businesses to help them, along with all Pennsylvania businesses, build a bright future for themselves, their families, and their communities. As part of our recognition of Black History Month, we’ve compiled a list of the go-to resources available to minority business owners across the commonwealth. Whether it’s helping them […]
Home to one million small businesses employing 2.5 million individuals, Pennsylvania’s entrepreneurs and innovators play a huge role in their communities. From a homegrown brewery’s “Brew Unto Others” campaign to responsible fabric, PA’s small businesses have become champions for their local neighborhoods and the greater good. At the PA Department of Community and Economic Development […]