Since its founding on July 30, 1953, the U.S. Small Business Administration has delivered millions of loans, loan guarantees, contracts, counseling sessions and other forms of assistance to small businesses.
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Alameda M. posted on 2/14/2012
"It offers a wide variety of classes for entrepreneurers and business owners new or old."
Lisa V. posted on 7/15/2013
"I have really enjoyed the classes I have taken at the SBA center in downtown SF. They cover all kinds of information I need as an entrepreneur, and they offer helpful connections to other counseling resources--several of which also give classes at the SBA location."
Jonas L. posted o 11/11/2013
"http://www.sba.gov/healthcare is the place you need to go to learn more about the Affordable Care Act. I am including the link here because I do not think sitejabber has the ability to review individual links and only entire websites. This is a good starting place to learn about the Affordable Care Act and how it will affect your business. The most important part of the website as it pertains to health care reform is located here along with downloadable pdf files. I would just read all of these to begin understanding the entire process. http://www.sba.gov/content/affordable-care-act-training-materials"
Vlad A. posted on 5/31/2014
"This classes are good for small businesses. I've taken a few, never was disappointed. Needed a class on how better leverage of Yelp, Facebook, Twitter and such."
Stefanie C. posted on 4/28/2015
"The Small Business Association (SBA) houses all the resources that any entrepreneur could ever want to access for their current and future ventures. There are WORKSHOPS galore, from educating business owners on SBA resources that are available to how to do business with large enterprises. The presenters are not always super engaging, but they are highly informative.
Sign up for their e-newsletter to stay up-to-date with all upcoming classes. My favorite part is that they consolidate the general SBA calendar with other entities such as SCORE. The classes always tend to be smaller, which (to me) translates to the fact that many small business owners are not taking advantage of these free or low-cost resources!"