Officials from the U.S. Small Business Administration and Deana Holiday Ingraham, the mayor of East Point, have signed a Strategic Alliance Memorandum, officially launching their partnership, according to a press release.
The two-year alliance was created to foster small business development and growth for residents of the south-Atlanta suburb by educating them about the programs, services and resources available to them from the SBA.
“This agreement allows us to create programs and events to bring all of the SBA’s financial, contracting and business development assistance to entrepreneurs, providing them the tools they need to start, grow and expand their businesses,” said Terri Denison, director of the SBA Georgia District Office.
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