SBA and Comcast connect California small businesses with startup seminars

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The U.S. Small Business Administration prides itself on its ability to counsel and assist small business owners who visit its online forums. Now, the SBA is partnering with Comcast to help bring its solutions directly into the homes of small business owners.

The SBA and Comcast’s California region have recently announced they will work together to provide local small and mid sized businesses with tools, information and resources via video segments through Comcast’s video-on-demand platform.

Mark Quinn, district director for the U.S. Small Business Administration, says, “by offering this unique service with Comcast, we’re able to utilize new technology so that entrepreneurs can watch these sessions at their convenience and spend the rest of their time developing their businesses.”

The initiative, Comcast Connecting Businesses, aims to offer business owners beneficial on-demand seminars that can help them establish and grow their enterprises.

Comcast will be filming the workshops and seminars conducted at the SBA’s San Francisco office. These videos will include interviews with local business owners, marketing experts and more. Some of the videos will educate entrepreneurs about the benefits of incorporation.

Business owners might then take this information and look for the assistance of professionals at an online incorporation service to help them create a corporation in California – or any other part of the country – this year.