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If you are a U.S. veteran looking to start or grow a business , your likelihood of accessing capital may have improved today...Small Business Administration announced it has secured a commitment from 120 banks to lend to more veteran entrepreneurs.
May 21 Apple's competition More News Apple's iPhone lost ground to Samsung Electronics and Google's Motorola in an annual study measuring the satisfaction of consumers after a sales slowdown for the pioneering smartphone. While the device still had
More Information Ruth Kinzey was 54 years old when she started her own business. She'd worked in corporate communications for more than 25 years, traveling constantly, living remotely and answering to a boss who answered to a boss who answered to
We don't have a specific theory about the cause," Mills said. "When we went to the banks they were eager to be connected to veteran-owned businesses." Nine percent of small businesses, or 2.45 million, are owned by veterans, according to the SBA.
The National Association of Development Companies launched a new loan incentive program for veteran-owned businesses during a conference in San Diego on Thursday. Small Business Administration's loans, including a number of them targeted at
Edward Waters College signed an agreement Thursday afternoon with the federal government to bring more business help to its students and the neighborhood that surrounds the college. It's called a Strategic Alliance Memorandum and Wilfredo Gonzalez,
Hall of Fame class. "The people who power our economy, make our industries more globally competitive and create new jobs are the outstanding and innovative entrepreneurs like those we honor with Tibbetts Awards," said Karen Mills , SBA administrator.
Debunking The Myths Of How Small Businesses Grow And Thrive You'd think money was the biggest thing on a small businessperson's mind when abandoning traditional work and going it alone, but you'd be wrong, according to EMyth's 2013 State of the
Bank of San Francisco said Wednesday that it created a division focused on SBA lending. The bank's government-guaranteed lending division, primarily focused on loans backed by the U.S. Small Business Administration, will allow the bank to help
Build relationships, read the fine print Nanolab Technologies Inc. CEO and president John Traub offers up his advice on landing those SBA loans. As a startup in 2007, Nanolab Technologies Inc. took out a $750,000 loan from the Small Business