Small Business Week 2012
News and Articles About Small Business Week 2012
The SBA is partnering with the largest U.S. lenders to raise the amount of money loaned to small businesses, particularly in small loans and underserved communities.
When it comes to landing federal procurement contracts, getting certified under various set-aside programs can improve your chances. But a HUBZone status can easily slip away as an area changes.
The small-business credit market has recovered since 2009, when lending had all but frozen. Banks are coming back to the market and seeing greater demand for loans from business owners.
As part of National Small Business Week, Entrepreneur's Diana Ransom moderated a live chat with SBA chief Karen Mills and winners of the SBA's video contest.
This year's Small Business Person of the Year discusses the challenges of managing rapid growth.
The SBA is looking to increase the number of smaller loans in underserved communities with a new push.
At a town hall at National Small Business Week, some entrepreneurs complain to Karen Mills about access to credit and high health insurance costs.
If you're a little guy, there are plenty of ways to partner with a much larger company. Here are seven.
In 2011, SBA lending hit a record level. SBA Administrator Karen G. Mills explains why.
One way the SBA has sought to foster entrepreneurial growth is through industry clusters.The SBA's Karen Mills explains how.
Two leading banks, honored for National Small Business Week, offer their best advice to business owners seeking credit.
SBA Administrator Karen G. Mills travels the U.S. talking with business owners and bankers. She says she's hearing more talk of expansion compared with three years ago.
Some critics have called for dismantling the U.S. Small Business Administration. The agency's leader says demand for its services is only growing and is a good value to tax payers.
President Obama recently made the head of the SBA part of his presidential cabinet. We speak with SBA Administrator Karen G. MIlls about what it means for U.S. small businesses.
National Small Business Week is a big deal for small business. Here's what you can expect.
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