SBA – The SBA’s Definition of a Small Business


An increasing number of small business owners are finding the financial and operational help they need for successful operations, growth and expansion from the Small Business Administration (SBA). At, our efforts are focused on helping to match your needs with the right SBA programs and assistance that can help your small business succeed. You can apply for funding with our easy online application that is submitted to the SBA, to be matched with pre-approved lenders in your region of the country.

To qualify for a wide assortment of programs offered by the Small Business Administration, your business should fall within specific parameters set forth by that agency. The requirements vary, according to the type of business, number of employees, gross receipts and a time frame.

In addition, there are different standards that are industry specific. This may sound confusing, but we have everything you need to know compiled for you on our website. Our representatives are available to help you sort through information and SBA programs, 24/7, at

The averages for qualifying as a “small business” are those companies that have 500 employees and attain $7 million in receipts annually. There are exceptions for all types of businesses; the range for these parameters can be wide, from 500 to 1500 employees and from $0.5 million to $21.5 million in receipts.

These numbers are different for each segment of industry, including service, manufacturing, construction and agriculture. Your business is most likely included somewhere so that you can also benefit from the SBA offerings, including financial assistance and mentoring.

The SBA implements the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) for determining the status of a business size; you are encouraged to make an application and begin the process for obtaining assistance from this highly recommended agency that exists solely to benefit small business operations. There are many tools and opportunities to investigate here at UnsecuredBizLoan.

We have information and assistance ready for you around the clock, so your small business can thrive and grow successfully. Contact us today to get started on your journey to successful small business operations and growth.

To apply for funding for your small business, use the form on the right to begin the application process.

For more information, go to SBA at

SBA – The SBA’s Definition of a Small Business was last modified: July 24th, 2012 by Amit Kraidman
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