March 12, 2005

U.S. Small Business Administration

The U.S. Small Business Administration has published four new brochures in Spanish designed to provide its Spanish-speaking customers with additional, easy-to-use information about basic entrepreneurship and SBA resources.

Information for the Small Business Owner, How to Start Your own Business: A Practical Guide, How to Finance a Small Business, and Assistance for Small Businesses at Women's Business Centers are the latest additions to the growing selection of educational, informational resources available in Spanish from the SBA.

The tri-fold, color brochures are designed as easy-to-use, quick-reference material with valuable information on important subjects such as: how to start a business, how to write a business plan, how apply for a loan, where to get technical assistance, and more.

The SBA is making these brochures available to the general public through its district offices as well as through resource partners such as Small Business Development Centers and Women's Business Centers in areas with large Hispanic populations throughout the country. They also will be available in electronic, downloadable (PDF) format on the SBA's Spanish language Web site,

Latinos at March 12, 2005 04:07 PM