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Small Business Administration (SBA)

Get Help From the SBA to Keep Your Business Afloat

Get Help From the SBA to Keep Your Business Afloat The current COVID-19 pandemic is also an economic crisis, with long-lasting impacts felt across all industries. Therefore, businesses must be proactive now, in order to combat and mitigate…

Small Business Loans Tracked To $30 Billion

On Tuesday U.S. SBA announced for fiscal year 2013 total it guaranteed $30 billion in small business loans. This is the third highest year of SBA lending to date, surpassed only by SBA’s two record years of supporting more than $30…

Small Business Saturday Goes Local

Small Business Saturday Generates Stronger Holiday Sales for Latino Shop Owners Photo: FotoliaSmall Business Saturday offers a fitting end for National Entrepreneurship Month by raising the profiles of thousands of small businesses that…

Candidates Face-Off on Small Business

Presidential campaign leaders tout their candidates’ views on taxes, healthcare and Latino businesses The Small Business Administration estimates that 23 million small businesses are located in the U.S., accounting for 54

When Disaster Strikes Small Business

Put your customers' well-being first by extending a sincere helping hand As marketers, we should have our customers' well-being as our No. 1 priority. It is a fact that without customers, you will have no sales and without sales…

Hispanic Business’s New Political Clout

Both political parties are courting the Hispanic vote in the 2012 election The Hispanic population in the United States has become the fastest-growing demographic group, and Hispanic businesses increase Latino affluence

Hire Family?

You Can Find Harmony In Business And At Home If you are involved in a small business that is also a family business, you’ve probably heard warnings about the pitfalls of working with relatives.  Operating a business with a

Where’s The Money?

How To Get The Cash Up Front Your Business Needs You may have a terrific plan and be a talented workaholic, but finding funding is another issue. Most business failures are a result of inadequate funding from day one. Business owners…

Virtually Real

The Web made it possible to start a business on a shoestring. The following article is provided by SCORE, a nonprofit association of business counselors who mentor small business owners across the U.S. For more

Free Money? Not Quite

The following article is provided by SCORE, a nonprofit association of business counselors who mentor small business owners across the U.S. For more information, see the SCORE Web site: http://www.score.org/ Nothing good in life comes…