SBA Funding Programs Explained April 21, 2019

Looking to finance your small business? Start or expand your business with loans guaranteed by the U.S. Small Business Administration.

This insightful webinar, presented by John Miller, deputy associate administrator for SBA’s Office of Capital Access, will explain the SBA funding programs and how small businesses can benefit from them. 

Participants will learn about:

  • The various SBA loan programs, such as 7(a), 504 and microloans
  • Application process for SBA-guaranteed loans
  • Lender Match, a free online tool that matches borrowers to SBA-approved lenders

This webinar is a part of the 2019 National Small Business Week Virtual Conference.

SBA’s participation in this Cosponsored Activity is not an endorsement of the views, opinions, products or services of any Cosponsor or other person or entity. All SBA programs and services are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis. Reasonable arrangements for persons with disabilities will be made, if requested at least 2 weeks in advance, by contacting smallbusinessweek@sba.gov. SBA Cosponsorship Authorization No. SBW 2019.

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IN PARTNERSHIP WITH U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)

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The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) provides financial, technical and management assistance to help Americans start, run and grow their businesses. SCORE is a resource partner with the SBA. The SBA administers a Congressional grant which provides SCORE with funding. SCORE volunteers work with the SBA to provide small business mentoring and training to entrepreneurs through SBA offices.

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ABOUT THE PRESENTER(S)

John Miller - Small Business Administration

John Miller serves as Deputy Associate Administrator for the Office of Capital Access, and supports William Manger, Associate Administrator, in leading the Office of Capital Access loan program policy, technology, operations and oversight.

John Miller

Deputy Associate Administrator, U.S. Small Business Administration

SBA Funding Programs Explained