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Finding Business Grants Tip #1
Contact your local Small Business Association

Believe it or not, your local Small Business Association (SBA) office should be your first stop when it comes to finding business grants. They often know about smaller grants that might not be advertised on the internet and they can also point you in the direction of grants that are offered for your market area (such as if you were starting a personal trainer business, they would know leads on business grants for health and wellbeing types of businesses).

Your local SBA is also invaluable when it comes to other resources for your business beyond business grants. They can guide you on many aspects of starting a business and growing a businesses, and you can often get personalized attention at many of these offices, particularly if you aren't in a major metro area.

Don't know how to find your nearest SBA office? We list them on our State by State resource pages. Find your state and the nearest office to where you reside. Full contact details are listed, including phone numbers and websites, whenever available.

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