Small Business, Big Heart Grant Program

“Nominate a business today on social media. Dont’ forget to add #TMCSmallBizBigHeart” Small businesses are the heart of our community, yet they have been hit the hardest by recent events. To help businesses on their path to recovery, TMC Community Capital is offering grant support. Support your local businesses today! Tell us which businesses mean … Continue reading Small Business, Big Heart Grant Program

The Most Important Tech Event in Los Angeles this 2020: Urban Tech Conference

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA’S PREMIER TECH CONFERENCE The realm of possibility is // Forward ⁠ ⁠New startups and established small businesses-- this is your moment to share ideas, create possibilities, and connect to the next level.⁠ This Conference brings together a suite of VCs, industry leaders, and tech experts for a one-of-a-kind experience to take your business … Continue reading The Most Important Tech Event in Los Angeles this 2020: Urban Tech Conference

Registration Open | ‘The Hustle Economy’ program

Monetize your skills in 7-weeks, even if you don’t know how!That’s right, take matters into your own hands •Looking for extra income•Looking for a career change•Does entrepreneurship excite you•Hard time landing a job because of a criminal record •Been impacted by the war on drugs•Been impacted by systematic barriers Conaxion and Dorsey Academy of Entrepreneurs is … Continue reading Registration Open | ‘The Hustle Economy’ program

First-time Homebuyer Programs for 2020

Homeownership is heralded as a part of the American Dream for many Angelinos, but rising costs have priced out much of the population. The following is a *list we've compiled of resources for first-time homebuyers that helps close the affordability gap for many cash-strapped and credit-compromised borrowers. FHA loans The Federal Housing Authority insures the … Continue reading First-time Homebuyer Programs for 2020

RISE Apartments | Progress in Action

from Urbanize LA The $32-million development, located at 4050 S. Figueroa Street, will consist of a five-story building featuring 56 units of affordable housing priced at the low- and very low-income levels.  Rents for the studio apartments will are to be set at $473 per month for very low-income households and $788 per month for low-income households. … Continue reading RISE Apartments | Progress in Action