SBA New SizeUp Tool

Posted by Chris Curtin on Sep 17, 2012 in Business Tools, Enhance, SBA Loans | 0 comments |

Small business owners and start-ups in South Florida now have a new business tool to help them compete and grow.  This free tool helps businesses identify new customers and compare their performance against other businesses in their industry. Collection of data is from hundreds of private and public sources.  The SBA New SizeUp Tool can be found at www.sba.gov/sizeup. If you are a small business owner, you need to know how your business stacks up with the competition. This is for you to know your edge in order to succeed. SizeUp will help...

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SBA Proposes Increase in Business Size Definition

Posted by Chris Curtin on Jul 18, 2012 in Business Tools, SBA Loans | 1 comment |

SBA Proposes Increase in Business Size Standards in Utilities, Construction, Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation Sectors WASHINGTON – The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is seeking comment on three proposed rules published today in The Federal Register. SBA Proposes an increase in Business Size that would revise the size definitions for small businesses in the Utilities; Construction; and Arts, Entertainment and Recreation sectors. The proposed revisions reflect changes in marketplace conditions. The proposed rule for the Utility...

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Business Loan Startup Choices

Posted by Chris Curtin on Jun 29, 2012 in Business Loan, Business Tools, SBA Loans, Startup Financing | 0 comments |

Business Loan Startup Choices

What type Business Loans are available and how does an Entrepreneur make the best choice for their start-up situation? First, let’s look at the variables involved in your unique situation and give you a checklist to use: Startup Business Questions Are you starting a Retail or B2B/B2G Business? How much money do you need? Do you have any money to put down? How is your personal credit? Do You have any Direct Industry Experience? How soon do you project to be cash flow positive? Will your business be an importer or exporter? Let’s...

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