The federal Small Business Administration is seeking to further increase lending in Kentucky. SBA officials had their annual meeting with representatives from national and local banks in Louisville today. The SBA works on two fronts. The agency consults businesses to see if they can afford loans, then guarantees loans once they’re made. Lending in Kentucky… Continue reading Small Business Administration Officials Meet With Kentucky Lenders
The Small Business Administration says there are about five-thousand Louisvillians who were mailed loan applications after registering for aid with FEMA who haven’t returned the forms. SBA spokesperson Mike Peacock says about 66-hundred people who suffered flood damage in the August fourth flood received the applications. “If they’re receiving that application from the SBA,”says Peacock,… Continue reading SBA Says Thousands of Louisvillians Aren't Returning Applications
The Federal Emergency Management Agency will begin scaling back its flood-recovery operations in Louisville.
Louisville area small business owners are being invited to participate in a forum Monday on how to secure government contracts. The event will include representatives from the Small Business Administration, local, state and federal governments and the Professional Services Council, the trade organization for government contractors. The council’s Colleen Preston says all will be available to… Continue reading Forum to Help Businesses Secure Govt. Contracts