SBA News: Small Business Management Series, Phishing Scam Alert, Next Week's training

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Money Smart Business Management Series

Small Business Basics Management Series

The Minnesota District Office is continuing to hold virtual trainings to help small businesses and entrepreneurs understand the basics using the Money Smart series that was developed in partnership with the FDIC. 

Click on the links below for more information and join us in the months ahead to better understand the basics of business ownership.

September: Start Up Sessions

October: Building Business Skills Sessions

November: Business Management Sessions

December: Business Transitions

SBA Training Next Week

The SBA Minnesota District Office is hosting training webinars to provide SBA COVID-19 funding options and general technical assistance to help entrepreneurs and small business owners start, grow, expand, and recover.

To learn more and register today, visit the links below:

  • Preparing a COVID19 Preparedness/Reopening Plan for Minnesota Businesses
    August 24, 1 PM; Register
  • SBA Programs and Services
    August 25, 9 AM; Register
  • Información Sobre Recursos Para Negocios
    August 25, 5 PM; Register
  • Coronavirus Tax Relief with IRS and DOL
    August 26, 9 AM; Register
  • SBA Funding Options for COVID-19 Related Economic Disruptions Q&A
    August 27, 1 PM; Register
  • Steps for Starting a Small Business
    August 28, 9 AM; Register
  • Veteran's SBA Small Business Resource Brief
    August 28, 9 AM; Register
  • SBA Minnesota Civil Unrest Disaster Assistance Training
    August 31, 10 AM or September 1, 6 PM; Register
  • Managing Cash Flow Across Contracts/Projects
    September 1, 9 AM; Register

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Beware of Malicious COVID-19 Phishing Scams

In the wake of emergency assistance available to help small businesses in response to the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), the SBA is urging disaster loan applicants seeking federal aid to be alert to phishing campaigns and scams. These malicious actors are impersonating the SBA and its Office of Disaster Assistance to collect personally identifiable information (PII) for fraudulent purposes.

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