SBA’s March Web Chat Will Highlight the Recovery Act – Thursday - March 19th
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act will be the focus of discussion for the U.S. Small Business Administration’s March Web chat. SBA Associate Administrator for Capital Access Eric Zarnikow will help small business owners get answers to their questions about what the Recovery Act means for the nation’s small businesses.
The Recovery Act is a national effort to grow the U.S. economy by stimulating job creation, freeing credit markets, and investing in small business. The Act contains a package of loan fee reductions, higher guarantees, new SBA programs, secondary market incentives, and enhancements to current SBA programs that will help unlock credit markets and begin economic recovery for the nation’s small business sector.
SBA is working to enact the new programs created by the passage of the bill and make changes to the programs already in existence. Additional information on the Recovery Act is available online at http://www.sba.gov/recovery/
WHO: Eric Zarnikow, associate administrator for the Office of Capital Access at the U.S. Small Business Administration will host the SBA’s March Web chat on the topic “The Recovery Act and Your Small Business.” Zarnikow will answer a range of questions to help chat participants understand the elements of the Recovery Act that pertain to the SBA and the nation’s small businesses.
WHAT: SBA’s Web chat series, providing small business owners with an opportunity to chat about relevant business issues online with experts, industry leaders and successful entrepreneurs. Chat participants will have direct, real-time access to the Web chats via questions they submit online, both in advance of and during the live session.
WHEN: March 19, 2009, 1 – 2 p.m. EST
HOW: Participants can join the live Web chat by going online to www.sba.gov, and clicking the “Online Business Chat” icon. Web chat participants may post questions for Zarnikow before March 19th by visiting: http://app1.sba.gov/liveMeeting/mar09/ and posting their questions online.
Thanks to: Doug Woodard, Ph.D.; Co-Director; Generation E Institute at the Center for Entrepreneurship