Small businesses strengthen America’s supply chains

SBA Administrator Isabel Guzman highlighted their economic relevance

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SBA is helping small businesses access capital, stay open and keep workers employed. Photo: Facebook/SBAIsabel/

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Administrator Isabel Guzman issued Wednesday a statement in response to President’s 100 Day Review Report on America’s Supply Chains.

“The 100 Day Review report on America’s supply chains breaks new ground in recognizing that a resilient supply chain depends on all of our small businesses and innovative startups, including those owned by women, people of color, and others who have been historically left behind by federal R&D and investment policy and whose full potential we need to leverage if we are to build back better,” Guzman stated.

“The SBA looks forward to partnering across the federal government to strengthen domestic competitiveness and supply chain resilience by ensuring that every entrepreneur has equitable access to credit, investment, customers, and advisory services that are essential to scaling up to the challenge,” added the Administrator.

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The SBA empowers entrepreneurs and small businesses owners with the resources and support they need to start, grow or expand their businesses, or recover from a declared disaster. It delivers services through an extensive network of SBA field offices and partnerships with public and private organizations.

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