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Theory to Practice: The Search for Effective Methods to Help Small Businesses in the Pandemic

By Jamie McCall / February 7, 2021

The fight for the survival of Main Street continues, but we are winning the battle with your help!

By Kevin Dick and Emily Stallings / January 7, 2021

Theory to Practice: Partnering for Small Business Success with Piedmont Community College

By Jamie McCall / January 6, 2021

Theory to Practice: That One Strange Trick to Influence Federal Regulations

By Jamie McCall / November 9, 2020

Fifth Third Foundation Donates $75,000 to Carolina Small Business Development Fund to Support COVID-19 Relief Efforts and Small Business Programming

By Alisha Brown / November 9, 2020

Theory to Practice: COVID-19 Small Business Assistance Programs Are Ending, But the Pandemic Isn’t

By Jamie McCall / September 21, 2020

Maggie Mountaineer Crafts: Surviving and Thriving in the COVID-19 Era

By Carolina Small Business / August 3, 2020

Theory to Practice: Place Matters – Social Capital and Community Economic Development

By Jamie McCall, Emily Stallings and Kevin Dick / July 22, 2020

Durham Approves Small Business Recovery Fund

By Carolina Small Business / June 12, 2020

We’re Here For You.

By Kevin Dick / June 3, 2020

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