Make Time to Attend the City of Alamo’s Small Business Workshop!

Alamo buisness workshop man looking at money bags

The Alamo Economic Development Corporation (EDC) is gearing up for our small business workshop at our offices on September 19th. This event happens twice a year, and we really enjoy educating business owners on opportunities available to them. If you’re an aspiring small business owner in the City of Alamo and would like to learn ways to find financial assistance to help bring your ideas to fruition, then attend!

What to Expect

The Alamo EDC will be presenting information on programs as well as available opportunities such as the Revolving Loan Program and Micro-Loan Program. These programs aim to assist small businesses and start-ups by providing a low-cost alternative financing option. Information on Texas Rural communities will also be provided.

Additional Loan Programs

We’ll also provide information on PeopleFund and LiftFund. PeopleFund provides small business loans to established businesses, nonprofits and start-ups, creating economic opportunities and financial stability. LiftFund is a non-profit organization that helps finance new, small business and startup companies.

Small Business Development Center

The Alamo EDC has also invited a representative from the UTRGV Small Business Development Center to discuss services for small businesses. Discussions and presentations will focus on business plans, financials and others – all for free! During the presentations, we encourage you to ask questions to learn as much as you can. Visitors can also set up appointments with the Alamo EDC for further assistance and info.

Grow with the City of Alamo!

The Alamo Small Business Workshop is open to the public and no RSVP is needed. We encourage business owners to come and learn about the opportunities available to them. If you’d like to learn more about loan programs at the Alamo EDC, come to the workshop. The City of Alamo is booming, and we’d like to be a part of your story. Contact us today for more info!


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