Grow your business

When business is good, it's time to expand. Find new funding, locations, and customers.

  • Get more funding

    If your business is up and running but needs more capital, you can rely on familiar options. However, funding an existing business still requires slightly different preparation.
  • Expand to new locations

    Once you’re ready to expand, update the marketing plan and confirm that your business is financially prepared. Then, make sure to comply with all laws, rules, and regulations in the new business locations.
  • Merge and acquire businesses

    You can grow your business by buying or merging with a smaller business. The process is similar to starting a new business, but you need to take extra steps to protect your existing business.
  • Become a federal contractor

    The federal government encourages small businesses to take on contracting opportunities. The process to register as a federal contractor is more straightforward than most people think.
  • Export products

    Export goods to increase your profits, reduce market dependence, and stabilize seasonal sales. Connect with SBA resources and partners to get help exporting.
  • Women-owned businesses

    SBA helps women entrepreneurs launch new businesses and compete in the marketplace. Connect with the training and funding opportunities specifically for women.
  • Native American-owned businesses

    The federal government provides opportunities in contracting, business development, and other programs for Native American small business owners.
  • Veteran-owned businesses

    SBA offers support for veterans as they enter the world of business ownership. Look for funding programs, training, and federal contracting opportunities.
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