The SBA provides Women’s Business Resources for you to start and grow your business, and to help you compete in the global marketplace.
The Office of Women’s Business Ownership answers questions about the Women’s Business Centers and other SBA services for women.
Women’s Business Centers are SBA’s network of educational centers to assist women in starting and growing their small businesses. Find Local Assistance.
The Women-Owned Business Federal Contracting Program levels the playing field for women competing for federal contracting opportunities. Go to Women-Owned Small Business Program and Small Disadvantaged Business Program.
See Find Help to Start and Grow Your Business, How to Expand Sources of Capital and Get Outside Financing, How to Win Government Business, Help To Compete for Federal Contracts.
The SBA offers many programs related to financial assistance, loans and grants. See SBA Loan Programs and contact your Local SBA District Office for lenders in your area.
Go to Leveraging Information & Networks to Access Capital (LINC) to connect with prospective SBA lenders based on your specific business needs.
Federal, state and local governments offer financing programs for small businesses, including low-interest loans, venture capital and grants. Use the SBA’s Loans and Grants Search Tool to search financing programs for your business.
Go to SBA, Women’s Business Resources and Office of Women’s Business Ownership for more information. Visit the SBA Learning Center for online learning, video and chat.
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