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SMALL BUSINESS NEWS

6 June  2011

 

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SBA E200 Inner City Initiative

Every year the SBA host a program called “The Emerging 200” or e200 for short.  This is an intensive training initiative to accelerate growth of high potential small businesses located in America's inner-cities. This comprehensive curriculum provides the tools to catapult your company to the next level and help it emerge as a force in your community.

The e200 advanced training series is open to small business owners and executives.  This training is not recommended for start-ups, it's geared towards growing businesses that are ready to Step It Up.  A company must be in business for at least 3 years; have revenues between $400,000 and $10 million per year; and have at least one employee besides the CEO.  There is no cost to companies nominated to participate in the program.

Current Host cities include:  Albuquerque, NM; Atlanta, GA; Baltimore, MD; Boston, MA;Chicago, IL; Dallas, TX; Denver, CO; Des Moines, IA;Detroit, MI; Farmington, NM; Fresno, CA; Helena, MT;Honolulu, HI; Jacksonville, FL; Memphis, TN; Milwaukee, WI;Minneapolis, MN; New Orleans, LA; Philadelphia, PA;Phoenix, AZ; Portland, OR; Santa Ana, CA; Seattle, WA;St. Louis, MO; Syracuse, NY; Tulsa, OK; Youngstown, OH

To register for e200 contact your local SBA office at www.sba.gov/e200.   Click on one of the host cities’ link and look for the e200 link.  If you can’t find the e200 link do a search for “e200 application”.  You can also get more information by requesting information at e200@sba.gov.

Source: 
www.sba.gov/e200

 

By Owen Daniels

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

  
 

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