Get to Know the SBA
Posted by Tollfreenumber.ORG at June 24th, 2014
The United States Small Business Administration (aka the SBA) was established back in 1953 upon the signing of the Small Business Act, by then president Dwight Eisenhower, to serve as an independent agency of the federal government. Its mission is to provide aid to, advise, assist and defend the interests of small businesses. They also seek to promote competition, believing it to be the foundation of a strong and stable economy. Today there are several services that the SBA provides:
Information and advice resources
Federal contract procurement
Outreach programs for minorities, women, and veterans
Business loans and grants
Starting a business is hard work and it’s not for everyone. That’s why
Tollfreenumber.ORG recommends that anyone looking to start a small business should visit www.SBA.gov for more information about where to begin and what help you can get on your road to financial independence.
Or you can call us toll free at 1-800-951-9411. Our agents are trained professionals here to assist and advise business-owners both big and small. We’re here to help!