The SBA helps Americans “… start, build, and grow businesses”.
The Small Business Administration, www.sba.gov, is an agency of the federal government tasked with helping small businesses in the United States. It provides loan guarantees, business development, and access to federal contracting opportunities. In 2010, the SBA authorized over $30 Billion in loans to America’s small businesses.
The information below is also available at the SBA website, link is below. The information I provide is designed to summarize the SBA and explain or expand upon their respective programs. The information is in-depth and designed to help the small business owner use the SBA to his/her advantage. The respective articles are in-depth and are considerable lengthy in nature. I am not from the twenty-something generation where they believe every answer should be instant. This is business and to achieve true success requires hard work and research. If you desire a quick answer, it’s not HERE! I don’t know where to tell you to go. I’m only interested in educating and providing guidance to the small business entrepreneur.
The Small Business Administration (SBA) is an agency of the federal government that provides loans, counseling and procurement opportunities with the federal government. Simply stated: “The SBA helps Americans start, build, and grow businesses”. No other resource exists that is as dynamic and beneficial to the small business owner as the SBA.