The Small Business Survival Index 2008, which considers a state's public policies and their impact on small businesses, recently ranked California 49th in terms of business friendliness.
What does SBSI stand for?
SBSI stands for Small Business Survival Index (state entrepreneurship climate index)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 28 other meanings of SBSI in our Acronym Attic
- Small Business Support Group
- Spa Builders Systems Group
- Step by Step Graphics (magazine)
- Suicide Bereavement Support Group (Australia and UK)
- Step-by-Step Genetic Algorithm
- Santa Barbara Student Housing Cooperative (University of California at Santa Barbara; Santa Barbara, CA)
- Separation by Bonding Silicon Islands (semiconductor fabrication)
- Shaw Binary Systems, Inc. (est. 1999; San Diego, CA)
- Silver Bullet Solutions, Inc. (Arlington, VA; est. 1997)
- Single Billing Services, Inc. (Tennessee)
- Step by Step Interactive (Microsoft training program)
- Summer Biomedical Science Institute (Georgetown University; Washington, DC)
- Ship-based System Integration Test (US Navy)
- South Bend St. Joseph High School (South Bend, IN)
- Sweeping-Based Spatial Join
- Samodzielna Brygada Strzelcow Karpackich (Polish: Polish Independent Carpathian Brigade; Poland; World War II)
- Southern Bleached Softwood Kraft (pulp product)
- Single-Bubble Sono-Luminescence
- Small Business Suite for Linux (IBM)
- Social and Behavioral Sciences Laboratory (University of Minnesota; Minneapolis, MN)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The South Dakota business climate is number one in the nation for entrepreneurs, according to the Small Business Survival Index.
The 2006 SBEC Small Business Survival Index rated New Hampshire's public policy environment 18th when it comes to being an entrepreneur-friendly state.
States Ranked on Entrepreneurship Policies The Small Business Survival Committee (SBSC) has released its sixth annual state rankings according to its respective policy climates for small business and entrepreneurship in the Small Business Survival Index 2001.
The Small Business Survival Index 2001 examines 17 major government costs impacting small businesses and entrepreneurs such as taxes, electricity costs, workers' compensation costs, crime rates, number of bureaucrats, tax limitation status and state minimum wages.
The group's sixth annual rankings of the states based on their respective policy climates for small business and entrepreneurship appears in the Small Business Survival Index 2001.
CNBC ranked South Dakota third in business friendliness and the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council ranked the state number one in their annual Small Business Survival Index report.
The Small Business Survival Index 2008 - which considers a state's public policies and their impact on small businesses - recently ranked California 49th overall in terms of business friendliness.