WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Small Business Administration has unveiled a redesigned Web site to help small business owners and entrepreneurs have access to the latest information.
The site features the launch of SBA Direct, a new Web tool with a variety of personalization features.
“With the launch of the new SBA.gov, we have reached a significant milestone in how the agency has evolved in using interactive Web tools, social media and blogs to engage with, and better meet the needs of small business owners,” said Karen Mills, SBA administrator. “While the SBA Website has traditionally been an information-rich site, we wanted to make it easier for small business owners to navigate. With the new improved SBA.gov, business owners can access the answers they need, specific to their business profile, in an instance.”
SBA Direct allows visitors to personalize their browsing experience according to their business type, geography and needs, said Mills. It delivers relevant and targeted information on all aspects of running a business such as the steps involved in getting started, business growth strategies, and how to stay compliant with current laws and regulations.