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The Federal government is trying to help support the startup community by giving us the Startup Act 2.0. It will help solidify the US as the most entrepreneurial country on earth so Peak wants to do its part by passing our own Startup Act and help jumpstart the initiative! We want to help fund the next Facebook or Google!
We know the startup community offers the business world both new technology and job creation. The Small Business Administration (SBA) estimates that 15 million net new jobs were created by small business during the last 10 years alone. In addition research shows that for close to three decades, companies less than five years old have created almost all of the net new jobs in America, averaging about three-million new jobs each year. With the new Peak Startup Act we will offer our expertise and business acumen to support the vital and entrepreneurial spirit.
The new bill, Startup Act 2.0 proposed before Congress, seeks to help move university-based research from the laboratory to the marketplace more quickly. It also makes targeted changes to the tax code to encourage investments in younger, smaller startup companies, and the bill also seeks to ease regulatory requirements that could make it more difficult for smaller businesses to expand and create jobs. Startup Act 2.0 also creates new opportunities for American-educated, entrepreneurial immigrants to remain in the U.S., where their talent and ideas can fuel growth and create American jobs. See all the provisions here.
Here are the details of our own Act:
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- Private consultation to design and spec a solution based on business model and application
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- Introduction to funding sources
- Pump up your visibility with co-branded marketing
Virtual pinboards have become quite well known since the launch of Pinterest in March 2010, but a new California company, called DreamItAlive, wants to help users actually achieve the dreams they post to their online “dreamboards.”