Are You a Small Business Owner? The SBA is Here to Help

SBA provides resources for female business ownersIn the U.S. , there are more than 7.8 million women business owners generating more than $1.2 trillion each year–are you one of them?

Frequent Generation W blogger Candace Moody shares insight into how the Small Business Association (SBA) can offer resources, programs and information on how to start and grow your business in a recent post for the Jacksonville Women’s Business Center.  Some of her tips:

Get Resources:  Checkout the Resource Portal for Women Business Owners — It includes online guides, tools, and training that walk you through the steps of starting, growing, and financing your business.

Find a Mentor:  SBA can even connect you to a mentor and information about start-up accelerator programs tailored for women.

Access Online Training:  Education is key for success, and it’s easier than ever with SBA’s Learning Center. Explore self-paced training courses, quick videos, web chats and more to help you understand the many aspects of business ownership.

Join an Online Community:  Discuss and explore your business challenges with experts and peers in our online community of 30,000+ members.

This is just a quick overview–click here to read the entire blog and get help starting or growing your business.