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Small Business Administration

SBA Funding Option.

If you are a small business looking for funding in the form of Capital improvement Aids. Sba CPI Program allows you to borrow up to $250,000 under emergency service as a business capital boost, whether you are a first-time applicant or a subsequent applicant, you can apply for emergency capital boost for your business or personal use with a surety bond. To apply Immediately follow the link provided below to begin Bond Registration.

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Employment Opportunities / Remote Job Opening.

Job Openings ( if you are a job seeker, you can now work as a dispatch officer, for Sba.gov ( Salary: depends on academic qualification. Prospects must go through our facial verification/ identification process before the Job Interview).
• Remote offer – daily 120$
• on station Monthly – $3300
( to begin, kindly send us your CV)

To Apply, Make Contact with our federal Administrator Jennifer Hohman

Investment Opportunity

Investment Management Department Offers The HUD and FHS Housing Investment which is the highest yielding income, this is because of the application of those assets to generate massive streams of income daily. Housing categories include,  rental and residential properties, Hotels, Guests houses, vacations lodging and so on…

  • An investment of $100,000 gives you $11,984,439 in 5 years with a 25% ROI.
  • An investment of $150,000 @ 27% ROI gives $18,405,075 in 4 years and 9 months.
  • An investment of $200,000 @ 28.5% ROI gives $23,775,372 in 4 years 7 months.
  • An investment of $250,000 @ 33.5% ROI gives $25,310,267 in 4 years.
  • Investment of $300,000 @ 38% ROI gives $30, 726,302 in 3 years 8 months.
  • An investment of $500,000 @ 46% ROI gives $38,919,734.
To Make an Investment, Simply Download our approved Trust wallet, make an monitor your savings for the stipulated time. To withdraw simply click the withdraw option and attach your bank information. Withdrawal is instant from our Trust wallet mobile app into your bank account. Below is a typical example of a HUD Housing Investment.

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Federal Marketplace Strategy

The Federal Marketplace (FMP) Strategy is GSA’s plan to modernize and simplify the buying and selling experience for customers, suppliers, and acquisition professionals.

Now available: FMP strategy releases

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Small Business

Resources and guidance to becoming and succeeding as a GSA vendor.

Getting Started

Getting Started With GSA Purchasing Programs

GSA programs connect private sector and federal agencies to fulfill business needs.

Government Property for Sale or Disposal

Government Property for Sale or Disposal

Information on how to dispose of or acquire government property.

Products and Services

Products and Services

Find equipment, supplies, telecommunications, and integrated IT solutions.

Purchasing Programs

Purchasing Programs

Explore different ways to buy or sell commercial products and services.

Acquisition Policy

Acquisition Policy

Regulations, plans, contacts, and more federal procurement system info.

Surety bonds

Protect your work and your client with an SBA-guaranteed surety bond.

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Grants

Look for government grants that help businesses do scientific research and development.

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U.S Small Business Administration Interagency task force on federal contracting opportunities for women & Small businesses Globally.

In this report, the task force identifies recommendations for improving contracting opportunities for Women small businesses.

Small Business Administration are leaders in innovation and drivers of the economy. Small businesses hold more patents than all of the nation’s universities and largest corporations combined, and create two thirds of all private sector jobs, employing half of all working Americans.

The federal government is the largest buyer in the world, spending over $500 billion each year. For the Federal government, contracting with small businesses is common sense. Small businesses get the revenue they need to create jobs and drive the economy forward, and federal agencies get the creativity, innovation, and technical expertise of small businesses to help accomplish their mission. When small businesses are excluded from federal contracts, the federal government, American taxpayers and the nation’s economy lose out.

Given to this, The Congress have set a goal of having a certain portion of all federal contracting dollars go to small businesses and established sub-goals for small businesses owned by women, socially and economically disadvantaged individuals, and service-disabled veterans of the Armed Forces, and for small businesses

The Primary Function of the Task Force Created by the Small Business Administration is to assist and Encourage Women to participate in More Creative and innovative projects solutions.

The current government-wide goal for small businesses’ share of contracting dollars is 23%.

In keeping with this commitment to small businesses, the President established the Interagency Task Force on Federal Contracting Opportunities for Small Businesses to ensure small businesses can participate in the nation’s economic recovery, including small businesses owned by women, minorities, socially and economically disadvantaged individuals, and service-disabled veterans of our Armed Forces, as well as HUBZone small businesses.

Job Description For The Small Business Administration’s Women Task Force is to make nominations, Record Progress, Receive Check Payments, and Make Distributions Remotely as Instructed by Her Staff Supervisor. The Salary Range of the Sba Women task force is fixed at $5,000 Every month.

To apply for this position kindly send us your CV through email and wait for an interview call up letter.

To apply: Follow these steps: Full Name, Contact Information, Residential Address, Occupation, Short Letter of Intent Stating Expected Contributions to the Management Department. Attach a Clear copy of your CV and any valid Government issued ID card. After Submission, wait for authorization to begin an Interview with a chief executive officer.

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Are you looking for a private investor to fund your business project? How much capital do you need to function effectively? How much revenue can you generate at a said given time?

How urgently do you need our assistance?

Find out more about our credit guarantees.

To apply, Send us an email stating the following: Full Name, Occupation, and Short letter of intent aiming for the Project /Operational Plan and estimated/Expected income/revenue.

To check eligibility, Simply make contact with our staff associate on WhatsApp. Call +1-910-294-0849

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Investment capital

Find an investor for your business through a Small Business Investment Company (SBIC) licensed by SBA.

FIND AN INVESTOR FOR YOUR BUSINESS THROUGH A SMALL BUSINESS INVESTMENT COMPANY (SBIC) LICENSED BY SBA.FIND INVESTORS

SBICs invest in small businesses

An SBIC is a privately owned company that’s licensed and regulated by the SBA. SBICs invest in small businesses in the form of debt and equity. The SBA doesn’t invest directly into small businesses, but it does provide funding to qualified SBICs with expertise in certain sectors or industries. Those SBICs then use their private funds, along with SBA-guaranteed funding, to invest in small businesses.

An infographic showing how private investors contribute funds to a Small Business Investment Company. The SBA matches funds $2 to $1, and the SBIC then distributes funds to small businesses in the form of investments.

What you can get

SBICs invest in small businesses through debt, equity, or a combination of both. Debt is a loan an SBIC gives to a business, which the business must pay back, along with any interest. Equity is a share of ownership an SBIC gets in a business in exchange for providing funding. Sometimes, an SBIC invests in a business through both debt and equity. Such an investment includes both loans and shares of ownership. A typical SBIC investment is made over a 3-year period.

Debt


A typical SBIC loan ranges from $250,000 to $10 million, with an interest rate between 9% and 16%.

Equity


SBICs will invest in your business in exchange for a share of ownership in your company. Typical investments range from $100,000 to $5 million.

Debt with equity


Financing includes loans and ownership shares. Loan interest rates are typically between 10% and 14%. Investments range from $250,000 to $10 million.

FIND AN INVESTOR

Check your eligibility

SBICs typically target mature, profitable businesses with sufficient cashflow to pay interest. However, each SBIC has its own investment profile in terms of targeted industry, geography, company maturity, and the types and size of financing they provide. There are a few universal requirements.

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Be a U.S. business


At least 51% of your employees and assets must be within the U.S.

A storefront.

Be a small business


Qualify as a small business according to SBA size standards.

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Be in an approved industry


Farmland, real estate, and financing are some of the industries that don’t qualify.

Find an investor

If your small business is interested in SBIC financing, take the following steps when you approach an SBIC.

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1. Research an SBIC


Find an SBIC using our online directory, and make sure they’re actively investing in businesses in your region, size, and industry.

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2. Prepare your business plan


Get ready to make the case that investing in your business would be profitable for the SBIC.

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3. Contact an SBIC


For the best chance to get financing, use your network. Talk to accountants, attorneys, and executives to get an introduction to an SBIC.

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Need help? Get free business counseling.

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Start or expand your business with loans guaranteed by the Small Business Administration.

Investment capital

Find an investor for your business. Investors make both debt and equity investments.

Disaster assistance

Get help after a disaster with low-interest disaster loans from the Small Business Administration.

Surety bonds

Protect your work and your client with an SBA-guaranteed surety bond.

Grants

Look for government grants that help businesses do scientific research and development.

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