New, Improved U.S. Business Advisor
on Their Terms Anytime, Anyplace"
A Model of 21st
Business Advisor is a one-stop electronic
link to federal government information and services for business.
First introduced in 1995, the new,
improved Advisor offers a wide variety of information and
electronic commerce services. If youre in business, you can
get a loan, a trademark, an export license approval, e-mail counseling,
classroom training, or procurement information online.
How can it help you? Let us count
- Save Time. The Advisor
gives you access to information and services quickly and easily,
in a one-stop, organized, easy to use format. In todays
fast-paced marketplace, use the Advisor to get what you
- Be More Productive. The
Advisor lets you spend more time running your business,
and less time trying to figure out how to deal with government
from red tape to no tape. You can download forms, get answers
to questions, access laws and regulations, and find useful contacts.
- Anytime, Anyplace Access.
The Advisor provides help whenever and wherever you need
itfrom your desktop. Get the right information at the right
time from your home or office.
Here are some of the features:
Information on starting, managing,
and marketing a business
Resources for capital and credit
Federal and state tax resources, forms,
Laws and Regulations
Laws, regulations, and other resources
that affect business
Information on export promotion, trade
finance, and trade leads
Information on employee wellness,
workplace safety, benefits, and the family-friendly workplace
Buying and Selling
Links for doing business with the
Agencies and Gateways
Federal agency home pages, business
pages and one-stop gateways
The Advisor is a project by
federal agencies in partnership with the business community. It
is sponsored by the National Partnership for Reinventing Government
and the Small Business Administration.
the U.S. Business Advisor are helping achieve Vice President Gore's
vision of an electronic government. http://www.accessamerica.gov/docs/introduction.html
"The kind of government we'll have as we begin the next century,"
the Vice President said, "will be a government where all Americans
have the opportunity to get services electronically and where, aided
by technology, the productivity of government operations will be
For More Information
Van Wert at James.VanWert@sba.gov
or Karen Freeman at firstname.lastname@example.org