Georgia USA Small Business Resource Directory

Finance My Small Business

While there aren’t typically any state grants available for small business startups, there are many lending opportunities including your local banks. Below is Georgia’s list of traditional and alternative funding as well as federal loans and grants.

State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI)

Learn more about this federal program administered by the Department of the Treasury to support private financing to small businesses and small manufacturers.

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Micro Loans/CDFI

These lenders, or Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI), have lending portfolios that offer many different small business loans.

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City of Atlanta Loan Programs

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Green Loans

Eco-friendly products or services for an existing business can be accessible with "green" loans from the state.

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Innovative Entrepreneurs

Connect with other entrepreneurs and get funding resources.

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Rural Business Loans

Learn about financial aid opportunities for small businesses in rural Georgia.

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Federal Grants & Loans

The U.S. government offers several financial aid opportunities for small business owners.

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Angel Investor Tax Credits

Get more information on the tax credit program that is designed to encourage investments in specific Georgia start-ups.

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Foundations in Georgia

Find various foundations and non-profit opportunities from Fundsnet Services.

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Commercial Cash Flow Management

NOWaccount Network Corporation allows you to improve cash management, eliminate risk of customer non-payment and offload accounts receivables processing and collections.

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