The $5 million Iowa Small Business Loan Program provides loans up to $50,000 to with an interest rate of 3.
What does SBLP stand for?
SBLP stands for Small Business Loan Program (various organizations)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 5 other meanings of SBLP in our Acronym Attic
- Spanish Brass Luur Metalls (Spanish brass band)
- Sustaining Base Leadership and Management
- Society of Biblical Literature Monograph Series (book-length studies)
- South Bristol Learning Network (UK)
- Small Business Liaison Officer(s)
- Small-Break Loss-Of-Coolant Accident
- Self Help Group Bank Linkage Programme
- Service-Based Local Policy
- Service-based Local Policy (3GPP)
- Simplified Bank Loan Participation Plan
- Swindon Borough Local Plan (UK)
- South Bay Labor for Peace and Justice (San Jose, CA)
- South Bedfordshire Local Plan Review (UK)
- Simple Balanced Likelihood Ratio
- Simple Balanced Likelihood Ratio with Cuts
- Small Business Loan Source (Houston, TX)
- South Brooklyn Legal Services (New York)
- Standard Base Level System
- Small Business and Labor Surplus Area
- Society of Biblical Literature: Sources for Biblical Study (book series)
Samples in periodicals archive:
But some lenders told the Washington Post that the Obama administration's small business loan program won't work because it requires lenders to submit to government control if they accept TARP funds.
For the second year in a row, the budget calls for a zero subsidy for 7(a) loans, the SBA's largest small business loan program.
The workshop will cover the small business loan program, how to do business with the state, business taxes, grant opportunities for minority businesses, health and business insurance, financial planning and more.
BOEDC, a division of the Office of Bronx Borough President Fernando Ferrer, linked young, successful businesses with relatively unknown small business loan programs offered through the Regional Economic Development Assistance Corporation (REDAC), the New York Business Development Corporation (NYBDC) and Fleet Bank.