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Under-Resourced small businesses deserve a fair chance at affordable financing – that is why U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. (USBC) joined with Lendistry to provide loans designed for small businesses with local communities in mind.

This innovative partnership is opening the doors to financing to help Minority, Women, and Veteran-Owned businesses find a path to receive much needed funding to sustain, grow and build wealth for their firms.

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Verizon Digital Business

The Verizon Digital Business Ready Program provides small businesses access to complimentary customized resources, mentorship, and training programs to support the success of your business!

Business owners have access to hundreds of self paced courses for industry best practices for marketing and social media, writing business proposals, certification as a diverse supplier, finding the right financing for your business and so MUCH MORE.

Registration for the program is FREE! Click here to find a few courses and sign up for the Verizon Digital Business Ready Program today!

Small Business and Self-Employed Tax Center

SB/SE serves taxpayers who file Form 1040, Schedules C, E, F or Form 2106, as well as small businesses with assets under $10 million.

A-Z Index for Business

Find it Fast! Know what you’re looking for and want to find it fast? Select business topics using our A-Z listing, or by business type such as sole proprietor, corporation, etc. We also provide links to major business subjects, such as Business Expenses, which provides a gateway to all related information on that subject.

UT IC2 Institute and e世博esball Black Survey

This report was funded by the President’s Office of the University Of Texas at Austin • For the Texas Association of African-American Chambers of Commerce (e世博esball).

Conducted by the Bureau of Business Research at the IC2 Institute of the University of Texas at Austin under the supervision of Dr. Bruce Kellison, Dr. John Sibley Butler, and Dr. Matt Kerwick

Nearly 1,000 Texas Black business owners took time away from running their businesses to respond to our survey, and each of them deserves our thanks. Hundreds more contacted our office with questions about the survey and its goals and offered to help in other ways to identify key training needs and
barriers to growth faced by Texas Black-owned businesses.