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The Small Business Administration was created to help small businesses become successful through financial assistance and loans, and through expert advice and workshops to help develop small businesses in all areas-photography, painting, interior design, consulting, entertainment, embroidery, food and restaurants, greeting cards and gifts, appliance repair, hair and nail salon, real estate, and catering, to name a few.

Because small businesses are such an important part of the economy, the Small Business Administration helps however it can to help these companies succeed.

- In the Small Business Act of July 30, 1953, Congress created the Small Business Administration, whose function was to "aid, counsel, assist and protect, insofar as is possible, the interests of small business concerns."
- The SBA has been serving the country by aiding small businesses for the past 50 years. The SBA is very generous to small businesses raising capital.
- According to the SBA, there were approximately 23 million businesses in the US in 2002, and that small businesses account for about 75% of new jobs created in the country.
- Nearly 20 million small businesses have received direct or indirect help from one or another SBA programs since 1953.
- Since 1958, SBA's venture capital program has put more than $30 billion into the hands of small business owners to finance their growth.
- SBA's programs now include financial and federal contract procurement assistance, management assistance, and specialized outreach to women, minorities and armed forces veterans.
- Take the VentureWorthy survey to learn more about the Small Business Administration.

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