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Women-Veteran Entrepreneurs Face Hardships Made Worse by Pandemic
Businesses that were already vulnerable before the COVID-19 pandemic have become even more so during the ensuing recession the last few months. These businesses tend to be smaller and younger and are disproportionately owned by Hispanic and especially Black entrepreneurs.
August 24, 2020
Federal and Local Resources Help Small Businesses Strive for New Normal
In May, we released an in-depth look at the experiences of small business owners across Texas in the first month of the crisis. In the subsequent months, there have been updates to existing resources, and more initiatives have launched to support small firms across the country and state.
July 16, 2020
Fed Listens Community Listening Session
Speakers from nonprofits shared perspectives on economic conditions in South Dallas at a public event with Fed Vice Chairman Richard Clarida.
April 18, 2019
Small Business Credit Survey
This report presents national survey findings on business conditions, financial challenges and credit environment from the perspective of small business owners with employees.
April 16, 2019
Understanding Small Business Conditions
Small businesses are a vital component of our local and national economies. Learn how the Dallas Fed stays informed about small business conditions through surveys, publications, meetings and conversations.
August 15, 2017
Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Information on current trends within the small business and entrepreneurship sectors and the ways these sectors are supported and promoted by public, private and nonprofit organizations.
December 04, 2016
Promoting the economic resilience and mobility of underserved communities.
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