Small Business Administration (SBA)

Created by Congress in 1953 to help America’s entrepreneurs form successful small enterprises. Today, the SBA program in each state offers financing, training, and advocacy for small firms.

As a 21st Century Leading Edge Financial Institution, the SBA will provide great service and utilize productive partnerships in providing innovative, cost-effective, and electronically accessible credit to those that need it the most.

As a spokesperson and strong advocate for those small businesses that need it the most, the SBA will increase its outreach, marketing, business development and use of electronic tools to create procurement opportunities for small businesses – especially small disadvantaged and women-owned businesses.

National Small Business Week honors America’s top entrepreneurs and names the National Small Business Person of the Year during ceremonies in Washington, D.C

To learn more about the SBA click on these links below:

SBA Solutions Newsletter SBA Solutions provides an informative training tool
to the small business community, and features an easy-to-navigate format and comprehensive sections introducing small business owners to important issues related to their companies.

SBA Office of Advocacy – Advocacy, the voice for small business in the federal
government and the source for small business statistics.

The Small Business Advocate is a monthly or bi-monthly newsletter that details economic developments and regulatory trends related to small business as well as the latest initiatives of the Small Business Administration’s Office of Advocacy.

To visit the SBA Web site, click here.