Monday, July 16, 2018
 
 
Bumpus explains resignation, cites unfair treatment
MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT)- James Bumpus, Director of the Office of Small Business Affairs, says he resigned because he was in a hostile work environment, and he made that announcement today in an open Macon-Bibb County Commission meeting.
 
Creative Collective Empowering Women
It's a group that's giving back to the local community of women in business. Co-Founders of Creative Collective Brooke Bailey and Katie Mullen came to our studio to explain what they do. You can find out more by emailing them at [email protected]
 
National Small Business Week
National Small Business Week
 
Small Business & Opportunity Conference
News 25's Hank Davis interviews Angelin Thompson about Small Business & Opportunity Conference at Pelican Landing Conference Center Tuesday May 1st 5 pm - 9 pm.
 
Business helps to raise awareness of “pink tax”
Did you know that women pay more for products like shampoo, deodorant and other basics, than men?
 
Dr. James Bumpus Resigns
Dr. James Bumpus, Director of Macon-Bibb County Office of Small Business Affairs has resigned. He confirmed the news to 41NBC Tuesday morning.
 
Small Business Workshop
Open to the public.
 
Disaster relief approved for multiple counties hit by April storm
Next to insurance, Small Business Administration loans are the primary source of funds for real estate property repairs and replacing lost goods following a disaster.
 
Wine Women and Shoes
Wine Women and Shoes
 
The Mike Zielinski Show
Mike's guest is Michael Leifer, President/CEO of Jimmie Kramer's Peanut Bar Restaurant in Reading, Pa.
 



CHICKEN SALAD CHICK - 04-13-18
CHICKEN SALAD CHICK - 04-13-18
 
178 Work 04-11-18
A small business owner in lee county is letting potential customers know she and others in the Skyline area are still open for business.
 
178 Work 04-11-18
A small business owner in lee county is letting potential customers know she and others in the Skyline area are still open for business.
 
Success Connection
John Merlino, Jr. from the KU Small Business Development Center talks with Rachel Eskin, owner of The Salt Lounge, about her business and the help she got from the SBDC.
 
BEER WALK DRAWS CROWD
Across the nation people were celebrating National Beer Day and First Saturdays took part in the fun during the second annual Craft Beer Walk.
 
Women Empowering Women
A group made their debut by pampering women at the Downtown Abbey in St. Joseph, Mo., on Saturday, April 7, 2018.
 
Spokane Valley business thrives with refugee employees
They came to Spokane fleeing war in Sudan. Now, three refugees are helping a Spokane Valley small business grow and succeed. KXLY4's Ariana Lake reports.
 
The Money Talk
Talking with our kids about money can be tricky business. The consequences of getting it wrong can be far-reaching. CNBC's Scott Cohn reports.
 
Inside The Community
Inside The Community
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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