Free Small Business Resource Guide Now Available.
ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 23, 2002
A free resource guide containing detailed information about small business loan programs and technical assistance is now available to St. Louis Louis, titular duke of Burgundy
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Small business owners often need assistance but do not know where to find it. Businesses needing loans can find various organizations providing financial assistance in this guide. Loan programs included range from micro-loans to venture capital. Business owners will also find organizations providing technical assistance such as help with business plans; financial management, and growth of existing businesses.
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didn't do know where to look. This free guide creates one reference piece for small business entrepreneurs about the many programs and services available to assist them throughout the St. Louis region."
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