Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Guidance on Accessing Capital for Minority, Underserved, Veteran and Women-Owned Business Concerns
The Small Business Administration (SBA) is dedicated to helping sustain our nation’s small businesses and to supporting their tens of millions of employees. During these unprecedented times brought on by the COVID-19 global pandemic, SBA has worked tirelessly and closely with Congress, with borrowers, and with lenders of all sizes – including regional and community banks, Farm Credit System lenders, credit unions, fintechs, community development financial institutions (CDFIs), and minority depository institutions (MDIs) – to maximize access to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP or Program). SBA is continuing to encourage and support these efforts that have benefitted the smallest businesses and underserved communities
Carranza, J. (2021, July 06). Guidance on Accessing Capital for Minority, Underserved, Veteran and Women-Owned Business Concerns. Retrieved from U.S. Small Business Administration: https://www.sba.gov/sites/default/files/2021-01/Guidance%20on%20Accessing%20Capital%20for%20Underserved-508.pdf
Business Administration, Management, and Operations
Capital; Minority; Women; Business; Veteran
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Carranza, Jovita, "Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Guidance on Accessing Capital for Minority, Underserved, Veteran and Women-Owned Business Concerns" (2021). Institute for Veterans and Military Families. 52.
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