This past Saturday marked the 11th Annual Small Business Saturday hailed as one of the largest shopping days of the season. Results of the American Express 2020 Small Business Saturday Consumer Insights Survey show that there is great awareness of Small Business Saturday with 97% of shoppers understanding the positive impact they can make by
ALBA News & Updates
The City of Austin Small Business Division has many amazing programs to support small and local businesses as they start, grow and re-imagine themselves in Austin’s ever changing business landscape. Two of these programs are the BizAid Business Orientation and the Coaching Services Program. Both programs are beneficial to prospective and current small business owners.
Austin-Travis County Health Authority today announced that Austin and Travis County are moving into Stage 3 of the Risk-Based Guidelines. This news, less than two weeks after our move to Stage 4, comes as hospitalization numbers continue to improve across the Travis County area. The decision to move to Stage 3 of the Risk-Based Guidelines
Austin-Travis County Health Authority announced today that Austin Public Health (APH) is moving into Stage 4 of the Risk-Based Guidelines. We are still seeing high numbers of people in who require care in intensive care units (ICUs) but the seven-day moving averages of new COVID-19 cases, hospital admissions and positivity rates are continuing to drop
Texas is known as a favorable climate for business based in part on our comparatively low tax burden (we know from surveys that it definitely does not feel low to most of you) and favorable regulatory environment. Surprisingly, costs for some of the basics business needs like real estate, energy, wages, and taxes are lower
Austin and Travis County have entered stage 4 of the Austin Public Health risk guidelines as Covid-19 case numbers and hospitalizations continue their recent rapid increase. This move comes just on the heels of the move to stage 3 a week ago. Officials are asking everyone to wear masks indoors, even if they’re partially or