The E2G Program
The SBA Empower to Grow (E2G) Program is a training program provided by the Small Business Administration(SBA). Persons or qualifying businesses interested in receiving management and technical training may participate in the program by contacting the nearest SBA office. Training and consulting is provided in areas such as finance, accounting, bookkeeping, business development, management, and marketing. The program also provides counseling services for other small business operating concerns.
Section E2G of the Small Business Act authorizes the SBA to provide management and technical assistance through grants and cooperative agreements to qualified service providers. These service providers provide the SBA E2G training and technical assistance to eligible firms and individuals participating in SBA’s Business Development program.
Fill out the E2G Assistance Eligibility Self-Certification Form today to find out if you qualify for the SBA’s Empower to Grow (E2G) Program.
The Empower to Grow (E2G) Program is funded the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) with a network of partners to help firms successfully compete for federal, state and local contracting opportunities as a prime contractor or subcontractor.
If you are eligible, Yes.
Section (1) of the Small Business Act, 15 U.S.C. 636(j)(1), authorizes SBA to enter into grants, cooperative agreements, or contracts with public or private organizations to pay all or part of the cost of technical or management assistance for individuals or concerns eligible for assistance under sections (11), (10), or 8(a) of the Small Business Act.
The SBA entrust the Florida State Minority Supplier Development Council as an official partner of the SBA Empower to Grow (E2G) Program to deliver Management and Technical Assistance to small businesses that are eligible for the program.
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