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Buffalo District Office  - January 20, 2021

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SBA and NCCC SBDC Present: Business Start-up Double Header

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Tuesday, January 26th at 9am: Finding the Right Idea – When starting a business, you likely have many different ideas.  Where do you look to find the best one?  How do you know which can turn into a viable business concept?  How can you capitalize on your skills and resources? Join this program to learn how to begin your journey.

Thursday, January 28th at 9am: Creating a Winning Business Plan – Once you’ve found the right idea, it’s time to put a plan in motion.  A business plan is the strategic guide for your business.  Planning is key to working toward success and is required by lenders.  Join this program to learn how to create a winning business plan during difficult times.

You can register at the links above or by calling:  (716) 210-2515


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Small Business Talk: Start-up


Wed, January 27, 2021 from 11:30 AM – 12:00 PM EST

Join the United States Small Business Administration's Buffalo District Office and Niagara County Small Business Development Center on January 27 and hear from small business owners, Katie Graves, owner of Craft Coffee House and Jason Pearl, President of Nacre Consulting LLC to learn about their experiences in starting a business, the SBA programs and services they used, success and challenges of owning your own business and where they are now!

REGISTRATION is FREE and LIMITED, Click here:


Hubzone

SBA's HUBZone Program

An essential instrument for helping small businesses gain a foothold in government contracting.

Join us for an introduction to the 8(a) BD and HUBZone programs on January 27 from 10 am to Noon and learn:

  • Who is Eligible and How to Apply
  • Contracting Opportunities
  • Other benefits of the 8(a) and HUBZone Program

Learn more about this FREE webinar here.


paycheck protection program, PPP

The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) provides loans to help businesses keep their workforce employed during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. SBA is currently offering:

SBA also offers additional Coronavirus relief.


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