The SBA is not just for Business Loans


Everyone should be aware that the Small Business Administration (SBA) is not just for business loans. In addition to small business owners seeking funding to grow and expand their young businesses, the general public can utilize SBA services as well. Many online training programs are available to the public, as are seminars and in-person training. And, if you have problems with government regulations, the SBA acts as intermediary for small business owners, representing entrepreneurs and helping solve problems.

Encouragement, assistance and funding are also available to community organizations and not-for-profit operations that contact the SBA. Our website,, is an easy place to begin and to finish. You can learn what the Small Business Administration can do for you and make applications for funding with ease, right here at UnsecuredBizLoan.

Special programs are offered to military personnel, disabled persons, minorities and women. These programs can help with personal and business development, marketing, business planning and other general development areas. Financial advice, hands-on business consulting and assistance, podcasts by experts, and information about upcoming small business events are also available from the SBA.

SBA training courses include how to make a business “green” and how to export products. You can learn via social media, streaming video, podcasts and web chats through these SBA course offerings.

If your existing business has been damaged by a local disaster, or if your home property has been damaged, the Small Business Administration is ready to help with your recovery. You can start on this website by making application to the SBA for disaster recovery funding that will bring you lower interest rates and an easier application process.

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

The SBA is not just for Business Loans was last modified: April 5th, 2012 by Amit Kraidman
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