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SBA Administrator

  • Who doesn’t love the freshness of vine-ripened tomatoes, just-picked cucumbers or corn bursting with summer sweetness? This time of year, there’s likely a bounty at your local farmer’s market.U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue has designated this week as National Farmers...
  • When President Trump asked the members of his Administration to tell him about the American heroes we have encountered in our Cabinet roles, one family instantly came to mind.Rob Leonardis is President of Ember Industries in San Marcos, Texas. It’s a family-owned business he runs with his...
  • We are all aware of the tremendous sacrifices members of our military make to defend our country and our citizens. But we may not be aware that military spouses make incredible sacrifices as well.  One of them may be their own careers as they frequently move, often to remote areas, in support...
  • SBA Administrator Linda McMahon meets with Connecticut District DirectorAnne Hunt and Frank Alvarado of the SBA’s Bridgeport office “We make a living by what we get but we make a life by what we give.”This quote, attributed to Winston Churchill though often disputed as to...
  • Once upon a time….It’s the classic opening to our favorite fairy tales. As children we dream of magic potions and knights in shining armor that will provide our happily ever after. How were we to know that our own hard work, skill and determination could be far more effective?Once upon...
  •  Entrepreneurs know that every small business starts with taking a risk.We have an idea for a product or service, but even the best ideas require a leap of faith. Whether it is our money or time or the security of working for someone else, we put ourselves on the line when we pursue our goals...
  • The stage was set – two maroon club chairs in front of the official podium, the American flag and the flag of the Small Business Administration placed against the deep blue curtain. Hundreds of chairs set up across the vast Eisenhower Conference Room at SBA headquarters for a live audience;...

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