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Take Two and Call Me in the Morning: 7 simple ways to prevent seasonal flu in the workplace

Blogged By: 
Mandy Edens, OSHA Director
Created on January 6, 2015
 

The Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration reminds all employers and workers of the importance of maintaining a healthy, influenza-free workplace this season and throughout the New Year.

Entrepreneurship Training Initiative Sparks Increased Small Business Growth and Job Creation

Blogged By: 
MBDA
Created on December 31, 2014
 

Emerging LeadersThe U.S. Small Business Administration has launched its 2015 Emerging Leaders executive-level training series in 48 cities and communities across the country. 

The initiative has trained more than 2,400 promising small business owners in underserved communities, and its impact continues to expand in helping small businesses to grow and create jobs throughout the country.  There are 22 new cities joining the initiative for the first time, including Birmingham, Charlotte, Salt Lake City, Puerto Rico and Providence.

Webinar: Business Opportunities in Guatemala for U.S. Companies

Blogged By: 
MBDA
Created on December 31, 2014
 

Guatemala FlagGain a competitive advantage by identifying export opportunities and best prospects in Guatemala’s market.

Join the U.S. Commercial Service for the “Export Opportunities in Guatemala for U.S. Companies Webinar" on Wednesday, January 7, 2015. This first chapter of the Export Opportunities in Central America Webinar Series will bring you the latest on Guatemala’s growth and the opportunities this offer to U.S. companies in many industries.

Patent Pro Bono Program Expansion to Benefit Inventors Nationwide

Blogged By: 
Michelle K. Lee, United States Patent and Trademark Office
Created on December 30, 2014
 

Patented StampHelping small businesses and independent inventors with limited resources is an important goal of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), and supports the Administration’s commitment to balance the playing field for all entrepreneurs looking to innovate. It also supports the White House executive actions issued to improve the patent system.

One of those executive actions aims to expand coverage of the Patent Pro Bono Program to all 50 states, and I am pleased to announce that we are making great strides towards bringing pro bono assistance to inventors across the country.

Because patents fuel our economy and stimulate job creation, the USPTO wants to make sure the patent system is accessible to all. With this in mind, the USPTO works with intellectual property law associations and local bar associations across the country to help them establish pro bono inventor assistance programs in their specific regions.

Competing to Win: How We Can Help U.S. Exporters Succeed at the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games

Blogged By: 
Tradeology, the ITA Blog
Created on December 29, 2014
 

Rio 2016 SignAthletes around the world have already begun their preparations for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

For U.S. businesses looking to take advantage of export opportunities, preparations should also begin now.

The good news (for most of us anyway) is that preparations for businesses don’t require any sprints, hours in the pool, or extraordinarily difficult-looking skills on a pommel horse.

Actually, the best advantage for a U.S. company looking to win in Brazil is help from the International Trade Administration’s Commercial Service. We have teams on the ground in Brazil actively working with U.S. industry to identify opportunities presented by Rio 2016 and overcome challenges to capitalizing on these opportunities.

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