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COVID Business Recovery Accelerator
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We are here to help your small business during this difficult time.

UTSA’s COVID Business Recovery Accelerator is a no-cost service to help small businesses in Bexar County and the surrounding area weather financial hardships caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

From helping you navigate federal policies and funding opportunities to providing the resources and trainings you need now, we are actively invested in helping your small business survive today’s challenges and thrive into the future.

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Call or email us today to schedule a consultation with one of our professional business advisors. This service is completely free of charge.

Monday thru Friday
8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
210-458-2272
businessrecovery@utsa.edu

More About UTSA's COVID Business Recovery Accelerator

Shortly after COVID-19 struck Texas, UTSA's Institute for Economic Development launched the Small Business Development Center COVID Business Recovery Accelerator to help small businesses weather the financial hardships caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

The recovery accelerator is the only one of its kind in Texas designed to help stabilize and rebuild the small business economy. Funded by a $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Small Business Administration, it serves small businesses in Bexar County and 10 surrounding counties by providing counseling and resources to pursue loans from the financial industry and to begin recovering from the economic impact of the pandemic.

Read more about the COVID Business Recovery Accelerator on UTSA Today >>

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