Thursday April 26, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM CDT

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United Way of Greater Houston 
50 Waugh Drive
Houston, TX 77007
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Moises Brito 
Houston Business Development, Inc. 

A one stop solution for your business sucess!


Loan Products Seminar

Houston Business Development, Inc. is conducting a free loan products seminar on April 26, 2012.   The event will focus on the different types of loans available, from $5,000 - $5,000,000, including the SBA 504 loan program.  In addtion, the event will cover the application process, the underwriting process, and the qualifying criteria.

Bring a completed Fast Track Loan Application, and you will get an opportunity to be pre-approved on the spot for up to $25,000 (pre-approvals are subject to meeting qualifying conditions and will be issued for the first 15 applications only).

The event will take place from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the United Way of Greater Houston Center located at 50 Waugh Drive, Houston TX 77007.  To register for the event, please click on the link below or call 713-845-2400 for more information.

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Mission Statement & Background

Houston Business Development, Inc. (HBDi) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation established in 1986 by the City of Houston.  The corporation’s mission is to stimulate economic growth, support the expansion of small businesses, combat community deterioration, and foster employment opportunities for low-moderate income citizens within the Houston Metropolitan area and surrounding counties.

Governed by a 13-member board of directors comprised of business, financial, and community leaders, HBDi has been involved in nurturing the development and growth of small businesses for more than 24 years.

Headquartered in Houston’s southeast quadrant, in the Palm Center – Business Technology Center, a 160,000 square-feet mixed-use business complex, HBDi accomplishes its mission through providing affordable, flexible small business loans and an array of business support services designed to enhance the growth of small businesses.

As a non-bank, community lending organization, HBDi has served as a catalyst in providing aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners with debt capital and access to an array of resources to start and/or expand their businesses.  Since inception, the corporation has participated in funding approximately $82 million in small business loans in Houston, resulting in nearly 2,500 jobs being created for low-moderate income citizens.