Funding, advice is available

October 1997
San Diego Business Journal;10/13/97, Vol. 18 Issue 41, p17
States that start-up capital business expertise for community-based businesses throughout the United States is available from the Local Enterprise Assistance Fund (LEAF). Background information on the fund; Details on the assistance which is provided by the fund.


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