This spring, Metropolitan State University will be issuing a new Request For Proposals (RFP) for janitorial services on our St. Paul campus for three years, with the possibility for contract extensions for up to two more years. The RFP will be announced in early January 2017 (including the date and location of a mandatory information Continue Reading »
The newly launched annual Saint Paul Business Awards will honor businesses in seven categories, and winners will be based on nominations from the community. Nominations are currently being accepted and the deadline for nominations is January 31. Anyone can nominate a business, including a customer, neighbor, employee or owner. Traditions Award – Honoring a business Continue Reading »
We’re hosting a panel discussion on economic investment on the East Side. City Council Members – Jane Prince, Amy Brendmoen, Dan Bostrom Ramsy County Commissioner – Jim McDonough …and perhaps a few legislators too! Click here to register.
St. Paul Business Awards. Now is our chance to see the East Side in lights. We had six great nominees for our ESABA Business Awards. Let’s nominate some of our finest for these honors in St. Paul and bring home the gold citywide. Click here to nominate now. And yes, taxes are coming. Which means tis the Continue Reading »
The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) helps taxpayers who earn less than $53,505. Some of your small business owner clients may qualify for EITC. EITC can increase a federal tax refund from $1 to $6,269 for qualified taxpayers. IRS estimates four of five, or 80 percent, of eligible taxpayers claim and get this important credit. Continue Reading »
SPYS has used office furniture that we would like to donate to any business who would like office chairs or tables. We have approx. 60 chairs and 12 tables. Ideally we would like to move these in the next week or ASAP. Contact Suzette Scheele to learn more. (651) 252-6259
This event drew 200 people into conversation last week that provided a wide range of input to organizers, elected officials, and police. Families talked about their children’s fears about deportation of friends and about the increase of hate related violence toward Muslims, women, and children. People expressed concern about the plans to keep people safe Continue Reading »
Holidays are heating up and that means you’re looking for relief… and that last special something. Here at ESABA we’re cooking up something special with you in mind – important meetings, service, stardom, and lunch. The City of St. Paul is exploring a Sustainable To Go packaging ordinance that would affect nearly every retail food Continue Reading »
ESABA’s Annual Meeting and Awards Luncheon is Thursday, January 12th. In addition to voting for board positions, we have the honor of presenting two awards to outstanding ESABA businesses, and you get to choose the winners! Nominate your fellow member businesses for the following Annual Awards: East Side Business of the Year Commitment to the Continue Reading »
St. Paul Youth Services’ mission is to improve our community’s collective ability to engage and support all youth. We are currently seeking nonprofit partners to rent the lower level of our building, located on the East Side of Saint Paul with easy access to highways and public transportation. Click here to learn more!