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San Antonio Events of Interest

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Training
The San Antonio District Office of the Small Business Administration offers a variety of classes each month, including business development and accessing capital. For more information and class information, click here.

Small Business Development Center Training 
The UTSA Small Business Development Center (SBDC) offers integrated, low-cost training, and free counseling services to meet the needs of small business owners and employees in San Antonio and surrounding counties. For more information and class schedules, click here.

SCORE Training
The mission of San Antonio SCORE, a resource partner with the U.S. Small Business Administration, is to assist people in starting, growing and managing small businesses and non-profit organizations. For more information and classes, click here.

Women’s Business Center – Powered by LiftFund
They are a non-profit organization that helps small business owners with limited access to capital have a chance to live their dreams. We provide SBA 504 and small business loans for startups and established businesses in San Antonio, TX. For more information, click here.

Business Training Education Center for Women
(Thank you to Denise Chapman and her students at the Brenham Community Center for suggesting this resource for our website.)
As of 2015, there were roughly 9.5 million businesses owned and run by women in the Unites States alone. To put that number into perspective, businesses owned and run by women are generating nearly $1.5 trillion annually, and providing jobs to 7.9 million people. Perhaps the most staggering part of these statistics is that over the past decade alone, the number of women-owned businesses increased by over 50 percent, and private firms owned by women increased by almost 75 percent – and there is no sign of the trend slowing down. For more information, click here.

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