SBA Program Helps to Bridge the Small Business Gap


Small business owners are being given valuable assistance from the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs). For more than 30 years these SBDC have been helping thousands of entrepreneurs start and grow small businesses. In 2011 more than 557,000 people took advantage of the SBDCs that are located in more than 900 cities nationwide.

This organization is able to help business owners in areas where the owners might not be knowledgeable or give them help with finding funding. The SBA also connects small business owners with each other and help them to participate in programs specifically designed for small business owners.

Small businesses are essential for the economy as they pay taxes to the local government, provide jobs and add industrial diversification to their neighborhoods. While they might not start out large, through mentoring and small business loans, these tiny companies have the potential to turn into multi-million dollar companies. The SBDCs provide mentoring, counseling and advice to business owners on how to apply and receive small business loans. These mentors are often former small business owners who have firsthand knowledge of what it takes to get a business started and make it profitable. They also know what lenders are looking for in those who want to borrow. Armed with this advice, small business owners can prepare and have a good chance at receiving a loan.

Whether you are just starting out and need the funds to buy supplies or you have an established business that is going through a growth spurt, small business loans are available for you. You may be eligible to receive up to $750,000, depending on qualification factors.

If you need a loan to help with your business needs, you can easily apply for, and receive, small business loans online at UnsecuredBizLoan. After filling out a short application form, you’ll find out how much you are approved for and be matched with potential lenders.

For more information, go to SBA at

SBA Program Helps to Bridge the Small Business Gap was last modified: March 21st, 2012 by Amit Kraidman
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