Small business is the lifeblood of Montgomery County, which is why the MicroEnterprise Program was created to help forward-thinking, strategic entrepreneurs grow their operations through the use of grants that range from $2,500 to $25,000. The program targets established small businesses with a storefront, 5 or fewer employees, and total annual sales revenue under $500,000, with an emphasis on socially and economically disadvantaged businesses.
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Eligible adults and dislocated workers can receive on-the-job training. Workers can enhance their prospects for long-term employment, and businesses get talented individuals who already have been exposed to specific skillsets and tasks, work settings and processes, tools and methodologies.Learn More