Demystifying SBA Lending to Grow Your Business

Marie Taylor Leibson ,

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When you're ready to grow your business to the next level and need an influx of capital to do it, a great option to consider is a Small Business Administration (SBA) loan. However, too often small business owners believe that the SBA lending process is confusing, difficult, and shrouded in mystery. Well, no more! We're going to find out the real deal so you can determine if this is a resource for you - now or in the future. In this episode, host Mary Foley talks with Marie Taylor Leibson, Senior Vice President of Commercial Lending for Sonabank, who is responsible for a full range of lending options including government lending programs like the Small Business Administration (SBA). She teaches workshops and seminars to educate, inform and inspire small business owners about lending. In 2014, Marie was the SBA Richmond District office Financial Services Champion of the Year!
Listen & Learn: - The most common reasons small business owners need a loan to grow their business - The essential differences between a Small Business Administration (SBA) government loan and a conventional bank loan - The different types of SBA loans and which one is the most common - Three key assessment areas you need to have in place before applying for a SBA loan - The biggest mistakes and misconceptions small business owners make when applying for a SBA loan - What every small business owner and entrepreneur can do today to make themselves credit worthy for a loan in the future
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Mary Foley
Mary Foley — Known for her insights, candidness and humor, Mary Foley energizes women entrepreneurs with the clarity, confidence, and tools to attract, engage, and win more clients. In addition to hosting the P.O.W.E.R. Plug podcast, Mary is the author of three books, energizing keynote speaker, business mentor and lover of red capes. For more, go to
The information contained in this P.O.W.E.R. Plug Podcast expresses the opinion of the author and does not constitute advice from or the opinion of Sonabank.