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Money: It’s one of the biggest factors in starting a business. How much do you need and what types of financial products does the U.S. Small Business Administration offer? Join Alexandra Piotrowski, Economic Development Specialist from the Washington Metropolitan Area District Office, as she talks about SBA financial products during a panel discussion at the 2nd Annual Food and Beverage Industry Symposium and Expo on August 25, 2014. In addition, she will answer questions from prospective and current entrepreneurs.

Date: August 25, 2014
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Place: Walter E. Washington Convention Center
801 Mount Vernon Place NW
Washington, DC 20001

For more information, visit www.entreedc.com or contact Claudia Herrera or Jacqueline Noisette

There are many business loans for veterans, business loans for military and service disabled veteran business loans available. Most of these small business loans are provided by the Small Business Administration and some are specifically created for veteran business owners, military business owners and vet-owned businesses. The Small Business Administration understands the value of small businesses owned by veterans—vet-owned businesses make up about 5% of the total small business market—and want to help support them by offering these service disabled veteran business loans, business loans for veterans and business loans for military businesses. Small business loans are, sometimes, the only way veterans wanting to become veteran business owners or military business owners can pursue those dreams.

The Small Business Administration recently enacted the Patriot Express Loan, a program providing business loans for veterans, business loans for military and service disabled veteran business loans for military and veterans looking to start a new business. They are similar to regular small business loans but the Patriot Express program is available only to prospective veteran business owners and military business owners. Utilizing resources from the Small Business Administration such as the Patriot Express Loan Program can jumpstart vet-owned businesses and other military owned businesses.

Veteran and Military Business Owners Association (VAMBOA) acts as a great connection between vet-owned businesses, veteran business owners and military business owners. It bridges the gap between veterans and the small business loans they need by connecting veterans and businesses with the Small Business Administration and other veteran business owners. The best way to find out about the best loans for small businesses is by connection with others who are either experienced with loans or who are also searching for business loans for veterans, business loans for military organizations or service disabled veteran business loans. VAMBOA is a key resource when it comes to business loans for veterans.