Daniel Webster Jr. Joins Kansas City District Office

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NEWS release

PRESS OFFICE

Release Date:

 January 16, 2013

Contact:

Barbara Caldwell 816-426-4902

Release Number:

13-01

Internet Address:

http://www.sba.gov/mo

Daniel Webster Jr. Joins Kansas City District

Small Business Administration

Kansas City Daniel Webster Jr. has joined the U.S. Small Business Administration Kansas City District Office as a deputy district director to manage and deliver SBA’s programs in 89 counties served by the Kansas City district office and Springfield branch office.

 

 

 

Small businesses in the Kansas City district office number over 300,000, representing 98% of the total business population.  The Kansas City district office is responsible for providing businesses with the tools for enhancing and growing their businesses through the delivery of SBA programs such as  free counseling, advice and information on starting a business through SCORE; financial assistance for new or existing businesses through guaranteed loans made by area bank and non-bank lenders; free consulting services through the network of Small Business Development Centers and the Women’s Business Center; assistance to businesses owned and controlled by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals through the Minority Enterprise Development Program; and Women's Business Ownership Representatives are available to advise women business owners.

 

 

 

Mr. Webster may be reached by calling 816-426-4915 or emailing Daniel.webster@sba.gov.

 

 

 

The SBA, created in 1953, is an independent federal agency that helps Americans start, build and grow businesses through a network of field offices and partnerships with public and private organizations.  The agency provides federally guaranteed financing, entrepreneurial counseling and training, and federal contracting assistance to small businesses.  It also provides direct loans for disaster assistance for homeowners, renters, small business owners and non-profit agencies during federally declared disasters.

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