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SBA Loans 101

Monday, September 26 at 6:00 pm CST (1 hour session)

Learn the basics about SBA loans and how they can help you start, grow, or expand your business.

 

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Alabama SCORE Events

SCORE provides free business counseling and one-on-one mentoring. They are hosting monthly learning opportunities at the Birmingham Public Library. On the 4th Tuesday of the month. Next event is Tuesday September 27, 2022.

Learn about business resources at 11:00 am CT and library resources for small businesses at 12:00 pm CT.

SCORE provides free and confidential business mentoring to start-ups and existing small businesses

National Hispanic Heritage Month

Live - SBA Overview and Q&A in SPANISH/ESPANOL

By Alabama District Office on October 4, 2022; 6:00 pm

 

¡Feliz #HispanicHeritageMonth a los millones de pequeñas empresas de propiedad hispana en los Estados Unidos! La SBA tiene recursos para ayudarlo a iniciar, crecer, expandir o recuperar su negocio. Aprenda cómo durante un webinar vivo. https://www.sba.gov/espanol 

Happy #HispanicHeritageMonth to the millions of Hispanic-owned small businesses in the United States! SBA has resources to help you start, grow, expand or recover your business. Learn how during live webinar. 

 

Speakers

Juliana Bolivar

Alabama SBDC | Troy University

 

Ricardo Casa

SCORE | Florida

 

Megyn Rodriguez

Alabama District Office | U.S. Small Business Administration

megyn.rodriguez@sba.gov

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Illustration of a trophy with text, 2023 National Small Business Week Awards. Now accepting nominations. The SBA logo is included.

Do you have or know someone who has a successful small business or organization that supports small businesses that deserves national recognition?

National Small Business Week is dedicated to honoring outstanding small business, business organizations, and the contributions they make to our economy. Nominate yourself or a business (organization) today!

Eligibility

  1. Is the owner a legal resident of the U.S. or its territories? 
  2. Has the business been operating for at least 3 years?
  3. Have they received any type of SBA assistance? Which could include but is not limited to:

Quick Steps to Nominate

  1. Download NSBW Award Nomination Guidelines
  2. Download SBA Background Form 3300
  3. Download the corresponding Award Nomination Form (SBA Form 3301, SBA Form 3302,…,SBA Form 3315, etc.) for the award you wish to nominate by clicking on the name of the award.
  4. Complete both forms, provide any supporting documentation and scan all into 1 PDF document.
  5. Determine which box account (either Alabama or specific award box account) to submit your 1 PDF document.

Still have Questions? To learn more about how to nominate a business or self-nominate by registering for office hours and get your questions answered.

Register

 

Point of Contact: megyn.rodriguez@sba.gov