Small Business Administration is an organization funded by the American government which provides loans to entrepreneurs and businessmen to set up their small businesses. Export sales contribute to a strong middle class by fueling economic opportunity and jobs in communities across the United States, while the countries buying American products gain access to some of the highest-quality products and services in the world.
Small Business Administration Loans 7(a) loans are the most basic and commonly used types of SBA loans because of the program’s flexibility and its ability to help start-ups and existing small businesses obtain financing that might not be available through traditional lending channels.
The mission of the Office of Business Development is to execute activities authorized under Sections 8(a) and 7(j) of the Small Business Act to provide business development assistance to firms that are owned and controlled by economically and socially disadvantaged individuals.
Translation: banks are comfortable with the new SBA (as opposed to the more insular and contentious regime under the Bush administrations that spent more time fighting and failing to communicate with lenders than trying to treat them as partners) and so more willing to make loans even though the default rates go higher.
This includes a new Small Business Computer Security Basics guide, which shares computer security basics to help companies protect their files and devices, train employees to think twice before sharing the business’s account information, and keep their wireless network protected, as well as how to respond to a data breach.