SMB Intelligence launches new Opportunity Zones service to support investing in small businesses in distressed communities
The service for local & state agencies is a turnkey solution to increase the number of operating small businesses in their pipeline of investable Opportunity Zones projects, through highly targeted, proactive outreach.
The framework is guided by The Governance Project’s policy brief “Guiding Principles for Opportunity Zones”, and is built to support Principle One: “Help communities design and market an investment prospectus to showcase the distinctive assets of investable projects in their Opportunity Zones”.
SMB Intelligence featured in Bloomberg
“Cottage Industry in Opportunity Zone data forms to fill void”
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SMB Intelligence enables two Fortune 500 companies to deliver growth solutions to over 1000 seed & expansion stage small businesses
Using the Prime Growth Framework, Waste Management, North America’s largest waste and environmental solutions company, and a Fortune 500 financial services firm, were able to acquire over 1000 new small business customers by delivering growth solutions to new & high growth firms.
Federal Reserve Board of Governors and White House Council of Economic Advisors requests access to the Prime Growth Briefing
Upon request from economists at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors and the White House Council of Economic Advisors, SMB Intelligence has agreed to provide access to the Prime Growth Briefing, in order to support research into Opportunity Zones, job creation and firm creation.
SMB Intelligence featured in Governing magazine
“In the Zone: A new federal program may be a boon to distressed cities – if it targets the right ones.”
SMB Intelligence provides data scholarships to MBA candidates at Stanford & Kellogg
SMB Intelligence is proud to announce that we have provided data scholarships to MBA candidates at two of the world’s leading business schools: Stanford & Kellogg. The scholarship provides complimentary access to the Prime Growth Briefing in order to support their research into the Opportunity Zones program, and more specifically into directing capital to small businesses in distressed communities.